I love this story about BBC story about the problem of public poopers in India:
Volunteers armed with drums and whistles are being used under a new scheme to shame people going to the toilet in public . . . Four to five people will "shout, beat drums or blow a whistle" if they see anyone urinating or defecating in the open, an official told the BBC . . .
Nearly half of India's 1.2 billion people have no toilet at home and they defecate in the open. Correspondents say spitting, urinating and defecating in public are a common sight across India, and in rural areas many people continue to go out in the open even when they have toilets at home because they prefer the outdoors.
Now look at that last sentence again: "many people continue to go out in the open even when they have toilets at home because they prefer the outdoors"! (Photo via Sustainable Sanitation.)