Real Madrid has gone a little over the top by installing TV screens on the urinals at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Spain. The motive was to ensure that fans don't miss even a bit of the game even as they relieve themselves. But do people really want to watch the TV installed in front of them while urinating? While most social media users found the installations useless and a complete waste of money, some looked excited about it.
Or maybe fans complained about that they missed an important goal while in the loo. However, this is not the first TV screens were installed at urinals for football fans, La Liga side Leganes have a similar system at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque.
Meanwhile, it seems that some footballers have superstitions attached to going to the washroom before a game. It is believed that former Chelsea captain John Terry and Frank Lampard started this routine at Chelsea. Also, the superstition is centred around one urinal in Stamford Bridge dressing room which players use. Iranian Women Disguise as Men to Watch Football Match at Azadi Stadium as Country's Regressive Law Continues.
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"I am very superstitious and, for me, if we win a game then I add it on to my next superstition. Last season, as you can imagine, it built up to quite a lot. I and Frank started it a long time ago; in the Chelsea dressing room we have three urinals and I and Lamps started weeing in one. We won the game and, for me, that was it, the next week there was a queue of me, Frank and Ash."