Peeing in the ocean

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In case you were wondering, the polls have just come in and it turns out that, yes, the ocean is pretty much a giant toilet bowl. Of the 1, respondents in the survey62 percent admitted to peeing in the ocean, and 48 percent admitted to doing it more than once. Although the reason why people choose to urinate in the sea waters is not entirely clear, it may have something to do with the 54 percent of respondents who revealed they viewed beach bathrooms as being the worst public restrooms, The Huffington Post reported.

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We rented the same property in Wildwood Crest year in and year out: a modest 3-bedroom apartment just blocks from the beach. Today, my husband and I continue the Jersey shore visits—now a tradition—with my niece, taking her to the southern beaches each year for some fun in the sun … and surf. During our first year in the water, at the tender age of 8, she was hesitant.

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Show of hands: How many of you beach goers have done a number one in the ocean? But is this OK? Or with every dribble are you slowly polluting this fish?

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The age old question that nobody seems to have a difinitive answer for. Does pissing in the water attract sharks? I've asked myself this question many times over my surfing years and have carried out some unintended research of my own during this time. Figuring that I still live and surf with hardly ever spotting a shark, urinating in the water does not seem to attract sharks, thank goodness.

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Part of the reason that Maya Bay in Thailand — made famous in The Beach - was announced to be closing indefinitely earlier this month was due to tourists urinating in the sea. Boats full of visitors were also offloading the contents of their toilets into the famous bayharming coral and marine life. Urine is also full of waste products such as urea, which comes from breaking down protein in the human diet, as well as bacteria and traces of drugs like antibiotics and contraceptives.

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Ever 'had to go' while swimming in the ocean but felt guilty about polluting the water? Well, feel guilty no more - according to the American Chemical Society ACS peeing in the ocean is not only harmless, it is actually good for marine life. In a video, it says the components of urine pose no threat to life in the ocean, and if anything they can be beneficial - but they add peeing in enclosed areas like pools is a big no.

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If you've been to the beach this summer, chances are you probably had to pee, decided not to get out of the water, and just peed in the ocean. Don't worry, you're not alone. And after doing the deed, you may have had second thoughts because, at some point during your childhood, someone probably told you that pee attracts sharks.

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Sometimes, the closest bathroom at the beach is too far away for you to reach in time. This leaves you little choice but to go right where you are. Beaches are public places and are often filled with people.

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Please refresh the page and retry. So, do you just go with the flow, and wee in the sea, or do you get your feet all sandy and endure the torture of trying to locate a public toilet on land? It seems that most of us have opted for the easy option on at least one occasion.

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Feel guilty about going wee in the sea? The video, just released on the society's "Reactions" YouTube channelpoints out that human urine is more than 95 percent waterand that its sodium and chloride content poses no threat to seawater or the plants and animals that live in it. Not convinced?

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