A woman who urinated on a public bus 'begged' the driver to pull over, according to witnesses. The anonymous woman relieved herself on a packed bus en route to a Six60 concert in Auckland last Saturday night, leaving fellow passengers horrified. But as she faces the possibility of hundreds of dollars worth of fines, a witness has rushed to her defence, saying she gave the driver every opportunity to let her off. The woman who urinated on a packed public bus was overheard 'begging' the driver to pull over. The commuter, who requested to remain anonymous, told NewsHub the woman made it very clear she needed to get off. The onlooker said she went up to the driver and told she was about to 'wet herself'.
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On their way to the rocket, the crew — or at least Russian cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev — did something odd: Reportedly, as in the past, the bus transporting them would stop, and the male crewmembers will urinate on the back-right tire of their ride. Apparently, they were paying tribute to the first human in space — Yuri Gagarin. The cosmonaut, who launched April 12, , from the same cosmodrome, had to "go" on the way to the rocket … and the rest is history. Various other Gagarin tributes also come into play for launch crews — they also visit Gagarin's grave in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis in Moscow.