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'Clean Indian' fights public urination problem by attacking offenders with water cannon

Friday, 2 May 2014 - 4:25pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna webdesk

The Clean Indian, the new anti-public urination activist group has taken the fight against public uriation in their own hands, quite literally. They have their own unique way of meting out justice to those who break the law and still remain anonymous. Armed with a giant water tanker, water hoses and sealing their identities with masks this group aims for a cleaner and more hygienic India.

The anonymous activist group has a simple solution to the problem, they roam around Mumbai with a water tanker rightfully named as 'The pissing tanker', and spray water on individuals who are indulging in the act of urinating in the public. They claim 'The solution to public urination is public urination, by the pissing tanker' and so attack the offenders with a giant water cannon, which indeed makes for a funny sight for onlookers. The need for a cleaner India sparked off this desperate yet quirky attempt to solve this problem with a water cannon.

The group which also has a twitter account, without a display picture of course, asks others to be aware of them as they will strike when least expected. Their motto is 'You Stop. We Stop' and fight public urination 'one spray at a time'. 

Here's what The Clean Indian has to say about public urination:

 

And here's the video to how The Clean Indian fights public urination: