NFL Stadiums Eliminate Policy Requiring All Fans To Piss On Floor Next To Urinal

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NFL Stadiums Eliminate Policy Requiring All Fans To Piss On Floor Next To Urinal

NEW YORK—In a reversal of longstanding league policy, NFL officials announced Friday that its stadiums will cease requiring all fans to piss directly on the bathroom floor next to urinals. “Going forward, the NFL will no longer demand that all fans miss the urinal completely, pissing wildly onto the floor, wall, and adjacent urinal partitions,” said NFL executive vice president Ray Anderson, emphasizing that the rule change was made in the interest of “keeping up with the times.” “Obviously, we remain committed to honoring football’s hallowed traditions. Pissing onto the floor is, of course, still allowed and encouraged, but we won’t enforce the rule that every single fan must always do so every time he goes to the bathroom.” Anderson added that the ban on women’s restrooms in NFL stadiums remains in effect.

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