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Photographer's Note

It was said that in old times, citizens visiting the city hall of Sinzig on official business had to wait patiently for prolonged times until they were called upon. In the mean time, many of them used to sit and rest on the town wall.
Some of them took advantage of the situation and relieved themselves.
A traffic circle has been constructed couple of years ago. As a decoration, it received a fake town wall segment with a small statue showing the situation.
The s(h)itting guy shows a newspaper in his right hand, and in my eyes his face bears a significant similarity to the former Mayor. Another capture, taken in advent, is available here for comparison.
Translation: German "Stadtmauer" means town wall, rhenish dialect "driss" means faeces.

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