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Hong Kong democracy protesters plan for the worst with DIY urination devices

By Richard Macauley

Hong Kong’s Occupy Central movement has published its “Manual of Disobedience,” a list of dos and don’ts for the group’s planned sit-in to protest Beijing’s restrictions on democracy. But there is one delicate question it does not address: how will protestors be able to relieve themselves during the event, which could stretch on for several days—especially if police restrict access to toilets?

For men, the answer is simple enough, but one YouTube user (named “Urgent Weewee”) has come to the rescue of female protestors with a DIY solution, billed as “Weewee device 6.0.” The latest iteration, which features a juice box, is clearly the most ingenious: