Open air toilets are being introduced in one of Cornwall's most popular resorts to stop people urinating in streets and in doorways.
The pissoirs are targeted at late-night revellers
The authorities in Newquay hope the French-style pissoirs, which rise up from the ground at night, will help clean up the resort's image.
The units are stored underground in the day for self-cleaning.
Three urinals have been installed in Fore Street, Cliff Road and Manor Road in the area of the main nightclubs.
Residents had complained about late-night revellers from pubs and clubs relieving themselves against walls and in the open.
Anne Boosey, Restormel Borough Council's cabinet member for the environment, said: "Young men using the street as a toilet is not how we would like the town portrayed.
"We needed to resolve the problem so that everyone in Newquay can benefit from the strong night-time economy."
The urinals have already been used in a number of cities including London, Liverpool, Reading, Durham, Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Belfast.