It’s a running joke that toilet queues are usually three times longer for woman than they are for men. This might all be about to change though if plans go ahead to install “the world’s first ‘hands-free’ video game for urinals” in clubs.
Yup, it’s a game men can control with their willies. Or rather, their pee.
A video screen sits above the urinal, attached to the wall at exactly the point where you’re traditionally meant to fix your gaze (if you want to avoid contravening all kinds of urinal-based etiquette, that is).
Inside the urinal you’ll find the “controls” in the form of stickers offering you “start” “left” and “right” options. Then, you simply wave your human joystick around, aiming for the relevant badges, and play till you run out of juice.
Once you’re all done and dusted (and hands are washed) you can use your mobile phone to post your high score to a live leader board.
Women have a longer wait (typical), but something to ease the boredom of queuing will apparently be on its way shortly.
Check out the video below to see how it works.