For what other reason, would it be so frequently featured in public art installations in its various capital cities? Click on the banner above to join more than 42, other people who like following my travel and Berlin life adventures. While in Finland recently on a day trip from Tallinn, I came across yet another candidate for our ongoing weird and offbeat series, the Bad Bad Boy statue Helsinki. Ever classic is Brussels , with three different statues of two children and an animal peeing. The most famous, Manneken Pis , is a statue of a small boy peeing into a fountain.
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But as an accomplished outdoor-peer from an early age, I wonder what the fuss is about. So to all of you who have ever wondered, here are some ground rules on how to handle it like the female Kim Jong Un of wild urination:. Bushes, trees, your bike even. Depending on the local culture, subjecting public eyes to your private bits will have consequences that range from crushing embarrassment your own, mostly to death by stoning.
Yes, There’s A Peeing “Bad Bad Boy” Statue In Helsinki
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