Town in India to Use Drums For Fighting Public Urination - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Indian villages use volunteers to reprimand those who urinate or defecate in public. Public urination is a common problem in rural parts of many developing countries. 34 villages in India have established volunteers, armed with whistles and drums, who are ready and eager to bust and possibly humiliate those who choose to relieve themselves in public. The volunteers will reportedly “shout, beat drums or blow a whistle” to shame the urinating or defecating human.



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