A statue of Sir John A. MacDonald, Canada’s first prime minister, lives near the front of the building for the Government of Ontario. This building is at Queen’s Park in downtown Toronto. The statue complained that it did not have any privacy when it needed to pee. The government quickly built an enclosure.
Coincidently, the building of the enclosure occurred at the same time protesters were toppling statues of Sir John A. The protesters do not like Sir John A’s attitude towards Aboriginal people, and that he loved to pick his nose in public without using a tissue.
Sir John A’s statue is concerned about protection, but mostly it is happy that it can pee in private.