Sega has announced that it's testing consoles called "Toylets" in urinals around Tokyo, which asks the user to strategically vary the strength and location of his urine stream to play a series of games.

Each urinal is installed with a pressure sensor with an LCD screen mounted on the wall above, which lets you select from different minigames. One is "Graffiti Eraser", which lets you remove paint by pointing a hose in different directions.

There's the faintly misogynistic "The North Wind and Her", where you play as the wind trying to blow a girl's skirt up, and the harder you pee, the harder the wind blows. Finally, a multiplayer game where you compete against the person who last used the urinal to see whose stream was stronger.

It's not all about the games, though.  Ads will run on the LCD screen between games.  What I'm wondering is how long are guys standing at the urinal?  Maybe this will be popular among the older set (like RJW) who spend a little more time taking care of business!!  Get more of these crazy stories each morning at 7:35 on 96.5 KVKI.  Erin McCarty