I live in Scotland and my dog likes to have a wee at 3D objects. Particularly he likes peeing at wooden fences and bushes of my neighbours. Now they're not very nice, they always complain no matter what.

Am I breaking the law by letting the dog have a wee there or is it considered to be public area because it's the side of the street?

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    As opposed to having a wee at 2D objects?? Somebody help us if your dog manages to wee on a tesseract ;D – Keeleon Mar 28 '16 at 18:04

No, you are not breaking any laws. There is a law about fouling but that's about excrement.


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    Hey down voters, tell me what's the problem. – jqning May 21 '16 at 0:49
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    I think this is correct (and indeed depending on the plants it may be good for them !) - but if I were the neighbours, I might be inclined to trespass you and your dog. (To @jqning - people are like that on this Stack Exchange. It kinda sucks, but don't take it personally) – davidgo Jul 13 '16 at 3:21

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