The Rolling Stones Inspired Urinals That Sparked Outrage — Are They Hard to Clean?

Those mouth urinals at the Rolling Stones memorabilia museum Germany is a little scary.

Women’s rights campaigners are demanding the removal of urinals from the men’s room of a Rolling Stones museum in Luechow, Germany.

Ulli Schröder, 62, a retired banker who opened the museum in October after collecting Stones memorabilia for decades, told Der Spiegel he had no plans to remove his prized potty mouths. “That’s not a man’s mouth or a woman’s mouth, that’s art,” he said. “They were damned expensive and they’re staying where they are and that’s final.”

Eeeew. They’re designed by graphic designer John Pasche, and were modeled after Mick Jagger’s large mouth.

Luechow is a city in northeastern Lower Saxony, in Germany. The city was destroyed by fires in 1589, 1608 and 1811.