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Meet the men so terrified of peeing in public they turn down jobs and won’t leave their houses
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Over the course of just seven minutes he manages to film dozens of people peeing in the trees, in the grass, and anywhere else they can instead of using the toilets. I love how these girls are just popping a squat so obviously in broad daylight! I love the pissing wall at that was epic! Poor quality caused of secretly recording, i guess. Related Videos. Lots of public pissing at a music festival. Embed code:.
Shy bladder syndrome
MOST people will find themselves a situation where they they can't pee because something's throwing them off at some stage of their life. But shy bladder syndrome or 'paruresis' can get so bad that some extreme psychological sufferers can't urinate at all. For those worst affected, they can only urinate alone at home or, in the worst cases, the anxiety is so bad they need a catheter. Andrew Smith, 73, is the chairman of the UK Paruresis Trust which he set up to help other blokes with the condition.
Or at least that's what Ugandan MP Ibrahim Abiriga insisted after he went for a "short call" — a Ugandan slang term for relieving one's self — on a wall near the country's finance ministry in the capital, Kampala, in broad daylight. That was in late September. Someone took photos of him caught in the act.