When you gotta go, you gotta go! Even if you're on the go! So what do you do? I know many of my friends keep extra empty water bottles in their cars, just in case something like that were to happen. I didn't say they were my clean friends, just that they were my friends. I know many family members have made me just pull over into the nearest store for them to go and use the facilities. I must say, the one great thing about being a guy and living out in the country or going camping... just pull over and use nature to let nature flow!

What You Shouldn't Do!

Don't do what an Ontario man did! He was stuck in traffic and really had to go. So he decided to call emergency services for help! The conversation (which can be heard below) went something along the lines of...

9-1-1: Do you need police, fire or ambulance?

Ontario Driver: Ambulance... well police! Well, I'm stuck in traffic and I have to pee!

9-1-1: That's your emergency? How are the police going to help you urinate?

It's thanks to a 38-second phone (audio released) call like this one, that prompted the Peel Regional Police to send out a warning via their Twitter page:



Misusing 9-1-1 can potentially prevent actual help being obtained by someone in a life and death situation.  It can also result in legal actions being taken against you if you do misuse the emergency services, and having to pee in traffic is not an emergency situation!


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