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For years, his fourth floor abode inside the Seward Park Co-op at 212 East Broadway was the recipient of golden showers, though he didn’t know it. Full story after the jump!
Posted February 22, 2011 at 6:09 am
Last week, we wrote about an anonymous Eldridge Street resident who claimed Fontana’s patrons were continually soiling the adjacent building entrance. A quick follow-up after the jump!
Posted February 16, 2011 at 6:39 am
There is no doubt a direct correlation between the proliferation of neighborhood nightspots and cases of public urination and puking.
Posted August 12, 2010 at 6:24 am
[Photo Credit: Cool Business Ideas] Perhaps what New York City really needs in combating sidewalk urination is a pop-up lavatory. Just ask England. Across the pond in Surrey County, officials have approved the use of the nascent pee-pee technology called the “Urilift.”
Posted December 18, 2009 at 6:26 am
When an empty bottle isn’t readily available for emergency relief, the standard issue shopping bag is apparently the preferred alternative. This bag of piss was hanging from the handlebars of a bike parked near the corner of Canal and Ludlow Streets. And, as is often the case, this particular bike became an instant trash receptacle.
Posted October 29, 2009 at 6:18 am
It would appear that former mayor Ed Koch might actually earn some votes in next week’s election. This traffic sign wheat-paste marks the return of Rod Stuart Loves the Hamptons, and urges locals to vote for “public urination” in an effort to “bring back New York.” Spotted at the northeast corner of Eldridge and Rivington […]