"Scientists have discovered that all mammals urinate for roughly the same amount of time, regardless of their size. A study carried out by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta found that animals of various sizes – from an elephant to a rat – take around 21 seconds to relieve themselves. The team, who collated their findings using videos of animals going to toilet and combining them with data on mass, bladder pressure and urethra size, were able to come up with what they are calling the 'law of urination'." [...]
Galloway Township is doing it's part in the "Jersey Doesn't Stink" campaign. As the Press of Atlantic City reports: "The Township Council passed an ordinance Tuesday night that would allow police to fine people as much as $1,000, with potential jail time and community service, for urinating or defecating in public, Mayor Keith Hartman said."
The passage of the law (which seems rather Draconian, no?) gives a good look at how things get done in the not-always-garden-fresh Garden State.