Agents of the Municipal Public Order(Seop), with support from municipal guards, held on Saturday morning an operation to combat disorder during the pre-carnival parade blocks. During the parade in Leblon, 11 mijões (people peeing on the streets, two women included) were taken to the Police Station for urinating on the streets.
The novelty in monitoring the “peers”(?!) on the street is that this year is counting on the support of teams of Zero Waste, another government team put together to fine people that throw trash on the streets. People caught peeing in the street were fined R$ 157 per urinating in public area. That’s about 80 U$D!
Keep an eye out the next time you take a leak on the streets in Brazil. Everyone does that I know, but you just can’t get caught. Watch this hilarious video as this guy is caught by the TV station team peeing on their car!
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