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WHO has Britain's smelliest urine? Thorpe Park - billed as UK's most extreme horror theme park - has decided to find out by asking visitors to provide smelly urine samples. Visitors will be offered the opportunity to urinate in small plastic pots at special "deposit booths''. It will then be judged for odour, with the most disgusting urinator winning $860 and the unparalleled honour of having their wee's smell recreated for a new attraction at the park. Those hoping to achieve immortality in this way are advised by the theme park that good ways of making your urine more pungent include drinking alcohol or coffee, deliberately dehydrating yourself, and eating salty or sugary foods, garlic or, most of all, asparagus. Although, they should probably bear in mind that it's thought only about one fifth of the population is genetically capable of smelling the odour produced by eating asparagus. The winning smell will join that of burning hair and rotting meat in the new attraction, along with other popular entertainments such as vibrating floors and electrocution. The victorious scent will form part of the upcoming SAW Alive attraction, which aims to recreate the nightmarish experience of watching the seemingly endless Saw series of torture-porn films.
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