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Get ready, folks; It’s peeback time.

In an effort to stop people from urinating in public places, residents in Germany are painting walls with a hydrophobic coating that deflects urine back at the pisser.

So, one wrong move and you could be in for an extremely embarrassing trip back home.

The project focused on a neighbourhood known as St. Pauli, a party district in Hamburg. It’s apparently ground zero for drunken urination, and the community was starting to get fed up with people taking a leak wherever they pleased. So earlier this month, members of St. Pauli’s Community of Interest got right to work, coating the most frequented walls with the deflective material, while also putting up signs warning people not to urinate there.

Keep in mind, however, not all of the walls carry warnings, so watch where you go. Because now, as the video above says, “St. Pauli pees back.”

Check out the clip above.