A seemingly endless stream of drunk people's urine is eroding the stone foundation of the world's tallest church in the German city of Ulm, and no one quite knows how to stop it, CNN reports.
Late-night revelers already face a €100 fine if they're caught emptying their bladders on the 162-meter-tall Ulmer Münster church, but the monetary threat hasn't thwarted drunken partiers drawn to the hulking piss-beacon.
The damage to the stone base of the church comes from the acids and salt in the pee, not to mention other bodily fluids drunk folks might leave behind, like puke.
"I've been keeping an eye on it for half a year now and, once again, it's coated with urine and vomit," the church's head of maintenance, Michael Hilbert, told a local paper. "This is about preserving law and order."
What law and order means in this case is probably just some Ulm city officials dishing out a few bucks for more public toilets or for city cops to up their ticketing. But the easiest solution may lie in the bottom of a few five-gallon buckets of that pee-proof paint.