ACT Policing is cracking down on public urination and taking to social media to spread the word.
In a 29-second clip posted to Facebook as part of their safe summer campaign, police captioned the video "Don't splash your cash! #UrineTrouble #SafeSummer #PartySafe", warning Canberrans they are on the look out.
The video is filmed from the perspective of the viewer having a drink with a friend. The person then gets up in search for a place to answer the call of nature.
The person stops at a barrier, suggesting they were planning to urinate there, but a big red "X" and the words "not a bathroom" appear on the screen.
The person continues the search and stops at a tree, followed by a pole. The viewer is warned both locations are not appropriate places to urinate.
When the person finds a public toilet, a green tick and the words "Well done!" appear on the screen.
The video has been viewed more than 8000 times since it was uploaded on Tuesday afternoon.
According to data from ACT Policing, Canberra's wee problem peaks in January. In 2016 police issued criminal infringement notices to 24 people and in 2017 a dozen people were issued.
Since September 2015 police issued 326 infringements including 100 so far this year.
In 2013, Canberra trialled portable urinals during the Easter period in an attempt to dissuade Canberrans from urinating in laneways.
But the trial was short lived and abandoned just over a year later.
On the spot fines of $200 can be issued to anyone caught urinating in public in the ACT.