Caught on camera

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06/09/2006 at 17:41

With reference to the story at the GNR last week in the papers does anyone else feel that if you take a leak in public it your own fault if someone takes a pic of you?
06/09/2006 at 17:56
what about pooing?
06/09/2006 at 17:58
Nope. Generally more concerned about the health of the person that needs a momento of the occasion featuring someone weeing/pooing ...
06/09/2006 at 18:25

ok , so the guy is sick and needs help but if i take a leak in public and someone sees me , them surely thats my fault?
06/09/2006 at 19:33
Yes you are right to an extent. At times though being caught short is more to do with nature than "fault". Maybe "responsibility" is a better word. I guess you are responsible for finding a place of concealment when nature urgently calls.
06/09/2006 at 19:33
of course its your fault, the problem was that he was there specifically to catch women doing this, he wasnt just *passing by* but yes, you've got to take a bit of responsibilty for your own actions in public
06/09/2006 at 19:34
must be quite tough during an event as busy as GNR to do that though.
06/09/2006 at 19:54
take responsibility for actions bear? just cause your an exhibitionist! lol ;o)
06/09/2006 at 19:55
that's what I worry about if I race bear:o-
cougie    pirate
07/09/2006 at 13:17
I must have missed this - what was the story ?? And have I missed the GNR ?
09/09/2006 at 22:44
Have you seen the toilet que at the GNR??? Especially when its near time to start??? There are toilets galore but if you waited in the que you would be there all day, plus I used them the first year and swore blind I would rather have my a**e on the BBC than use them again. The fence I climb over to pee is out of the way. There are loads of people who climb over to relieve themselves. I have stood guard for someone and they have done the same for me. Its ok for blokes they can pick a bush and pee. I take responsibility for all my actions but I don't expect to be filmed for the sake of some sick pervo to get his kicks though. SO Santababy have you stood in the GNR toilet que???? Have you never been caught short on a run?????
10/09/2006 at 16:25
Whatever happened to peeing on the run?
Nobody seems to notice that, or at least nobody has ever pointed out to me that they knew what I was up to!

Word of advice though - make sure your inner thighs & genital area are very liberally "vassed" up. This will help prevent "pee sores"
10/09/2006 at 16:30
I remember having to have a last minute 'comfort break' when I did GNR but the queues for the manky portaloos were so huge my mate and I climbed up into the bushes on the side of the road. We were well out of view from the roadside altho' it was rather crowded in there with fellow runners doing the same thing!!
10/09/2006 at 16:40
While waiting at the start of the Paris marathon with just a couple of minutes to go the woman in front of me crouched down and had a pee. We were all pressed together and the few who could see her looked away so it was actually quite private - though I couldn't have done it.

I was careful where I stepped when we started to move.
10/09/2006 at 16:45
Think yourself lucky she didn't pee on your shoe BT!!!! ;o)
10/09/2006 at 17:09
The start of the La Rochelle marathon last year was ajacent to a quayside.
Suffice to say that a fair number of runners added to the water level within the aformentioned quay!
10/09/2006 at 21:13
((Kaz)) you were probably beside me somewhere then. I always go there now. I never wanna see the inside of a portaloo again. I am pleased I am not the only one who thinks they are manky!!!
10/09/2006 at 21:21
All portaloos are manky but when there's so few of them for so many peeps!!! Blurgh! ;o(

Actually this reminds me of an incidence many moons again when I was in the TA. We were on exercise down on Salisbury Plain when a friend and I needed to go for a 'tactical stroll'. Off we bimbled into this little copse with our shovels and few sheets of loo paper. All was well till we came out to find ourselves with an audience - half a dozen tanks had pulled up nearby. Still it seemed to brighten their day!!!
12/09/2006 at 00:23
Well at least it wasn't on camera.
12/09/2006 at 07:23
Not as far as I know!!! ;o)
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