This weekend, The New York Times bemoaned the lack of public restrooms in city parks and how people, unfortunately, resort towhizzing outdoors before finding an appropriate piss station. But marking tree trunks in Central Park is hardly the issue here. Subways, however, are seeing some fabulous stains. And -- surprise!-- you can see plenty of 'em on YouTube.
The online catalog of subway-tinkle vids will convince you never to sit down while on public transit again. At least not until the city starts putting bathrooms underground like back in the '70s, which seems totally doable in our supposed post-Giuliani Disneyland. That is, until the city goes broke and The Warriors come out and play, in which case, you should probably just get used to standing.
Keep reading to see video proof of subway riders marking their territory.