During a vacation trip through Europe, Martha and David arrived in Brussels, Belgium. Next day, after exploring various attractions and tasting local foods, they arrived in the evening at the city’s famous fountain that housed a bronze statue, locally known as “Manneken Pis” (Little Pissing Man, in English), depicting a naked little boy continuously urinating into the fountain's basin. Giggling tourists packed the place, taking photos and selfies.
Soon two burly Russian gentlemen, intoxicated from drinking for hours in a nearby pub, appeared. One asked the other “How much vodka do you think he drank, thus urinating non-stop for ages?”