If you're keeping score at home, that's the sex parts and like all of the help-you-get-sex parts (although his wallet was probably fine). And he got that cash for just a general spraying of water. This new case is more of a laser-guided smartbomb of steam to the genitals. That can mean only one thing ... the urinals are becoming more dangerous!
And, just like any good public scare story, these harbingers of crotch burns and overflowing waste water aren't keeping their shenanigans to the "bad neighborhoods," such as the bathroom at your local Arby's. No, they're branching out into the upper echelons of American life.
On June 4, 2012, a urinal in the House of Representatives restroom exploded, flooding the Associated Press' workspace with pissy water. Not a huge deal for a bunch of journalists who are already accustomed to wallowing in politician filth, but for the rest of us, a lake of piss in the office makes for a hostile work environment.
A hostile work environment that could be headed your way, we'd like to add. After all, this shit is happening everywhere!
Oh, and if this happens to you, don't count on the mainstream media to tell you how to keep this assured destruction from reaching your door. Luckily, you have us, though, and we've checked into it for you. After Googling "how to fix hot steam from urinal," we came up with this as far as solutions go ...
"unvented (or aav vented) fixtures, or urinal tied into sink trap arm upstream of vent and boiling water poured into the shared line from the sink"
So, looks like we solved that mystery. At least we've done our jobs as journalists.