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Pa. ballpark to debut urinal video game system

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

You don't need a controller to play this game.

The Coca-Cola ballpark in Allentown, Pennsylvania, has installed a new urinal gaming system in the men's bathrooms.

Your urine stream, yes urine stream, controls the game.

The urine-operated games are already popular in the UK.

The general manager for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, says there is also a health element to it.

Ads will be displayed on the screen reminding men to check their prostates.

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