Have you ever seen those notices that warns you of a camera around? I would say that Singapore has quite a lot of those. Go to a Coke machine and read around the notices pasted on the machine. It claims that this machine is equipped with some camera that’ll take your pretty picture while you vent your anger on it.
(Urine detection device signs in lifts.)
And in lifts, there’re signs that warn the public that the lift is “armed urine detection device (UDD).” Don’t ask me what the hell is that.
But then again, I’ll try guessing what’s that. I made several possible proposals on this undocumented device.
- This device is equipped with a sound detection system to detect the sounds of trickling all-natural fluids. Upon detecting that beautiful sound, it takes a half nude photo of you and post it on the internet at urine.com or something.
- Alternatively, this device is has a sound detection system to detect sounds of unzipping. Guys who need to unzip in order to let out the magical stick will need to watch out on that one. A picture will be taken and posted on urine.com too.
- Oh, what about this? Well there is a device to detect liquid flowing into the floor edges of the lift. An equipment is installed to detect traces of urea. And upon detection, your pretty picture is taken and later uploaded to urine.com.
- Maybe, there is a scent detection system! Once you urinate, it attempts to detect the scent of ketone bodies. But then, that isn’t very fair because the diabetics have a higher chance of getting caught. Oh, and of course, the image is taken and posted on urine.com.
- Well, perhaps there’s a temperature system installed. You know, those that show red patches when it’s warmer? The equipment will attempt to detect high temperatures from your pubic area and the camera will be triggered and your bottom half nudes will go to urine.com.
Yeah, that’s probably how to the urine detection device works. Pick your favorite. Apologies for today’s crap posting. And in case you’re wonder what urine.com is, well, it’s for testing drug products and the logo says “URINE LUCK.” When I saw that, I was like, “huh?,” I mean I understand “urine” but.. Luck?