Thursday, December 02, 2004

Stopping the Yellow Rivers

BBC: 'Pee inspectors' roam Swazi town

The city council at Swaziland's eastern town of Siteki, has set up a posse of "pee inspectors" to roam the streets and fine anyone found urinating in public.

The initiative, unveiled during the Christmas season when drunkards roam the streets has outraged residents.

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"But Mr Mkhaliphi insists: "We've built scores of public toilets, but men still insist on just whipping it out and urinating on our pavements - even in the centre of town."


Don't miss them on COPS:Swaziland and CSI:Warm Case.

4 comments:

Vulgarius said...

"Don't miss them on COPS:Swaziland and CSI:Warm Case."

CSI Glover:
Officer. Can you swab that for me?

Don Snabulus said...

Officer: EEEEeeeeeeewwwwwwwww!

The Moody Minstrel said...

I think there's a point when reality programs become just a bit TOO real...

Anonymous said...

Relatively Exact:

Coming from the country whose king inspects all the young virgins of his country dancing topless (and very nearly bottomless) every year, now we have law enforcement agents inspecting the private bits of the rest of the public.

There must be a pattern here.