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'P*ss off!': Indian metropolis installs ‘mirror boards’ urging residents to replicate on public urination (PHOTOS)

'P*ss off!': Indian city installs ‘mirror boards’ urging residents to reflect on public urination (PHOTOS)


Officers in India’s southern metropolis of Bengaluru have launched a brand new marketing campaign to disgrace public urinators out of the act, putting in reflective billboards at common make-shift “urinals” throughout the city to discourage the nasty behavior.

The mirrors have been put in at 5 areas across the metropolis this week after quite a few fines and different penalties didn’t put an finish to the spectacle. Along with a stern message warning whizzers to carry it whereas in public, the reflective indicators additionally direct these in have to the closest restroom utilizing a scannable QR code.

“We discovered that regardless of repeated cleansing of these spots they continued for use as urinals by the folks,” metropolis commissioner Anil Kumar advised ANI. “We, due to this fact, come across the concept of getting mirror boards to forestall them from utilizing the place as a urinal.”

Along with that, we additionally show a QR code for the placement of the closest public rest room for them to make use of.

Some metropolis residents have adopted vigilante techniques to cease the general public urinators, together with posting images of Hindu deities at scorching spots, in addition to writing messages of abuse for the perpetrators, however all to no avail.

The massive mirrors, which measure eight by 4 ft and reportedly price some 30,000 rupees (round $420) a pop, are moveable and may be shifted to anyplace within the metropolis, the place simply shy of 500 public restrooms have apparently been inadequate to cowl the wants of a inhabitants on the transfer.

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“We’ve 463 public bogs out there in numerous components of the town, nevertheless, there’s a want for extra bogs to be constructed within the metropolis contemplating the scale,” Kumar stated, including that the town is “within the strategy of establishing public bogs.” He referred to as on private and non-private firms to affix the hassle “as part of [a corporate social responsibility] initiative.”

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