I dunno, Otis, but I hope not. If so, maybe they could work out some kind of credit scheme.
Whe n the P&O Line opened it's new Sydney building in the 1960s it featured this rather striking sculpture that ran along the footpath (that's pavement to you) for the length of the building.
It was generally thought to be a urinal but was never intended to be a place to have a free pee. All money collected was to go to charity. However, if you were caught short without a coin to drop in the fountain, you could just pee and owe.