Winnipeg nightclub patrons take aim at Donald Trump urinal

Donald Trump is famous for being a bit of a potty mouth, but a Winnipeg nightclub is giving that expression a whole new meaning.

District Stop Nightclub in Winnipeg paints large Donald Trump mural above urinal

A urinal at a Winnipeg nightclub features a painting of U.S. presidential hopeful Donald Trump. (Supplied)

Donald Trump is famous for being a bit of a potty mouth, but a Winnipeg nightclub is giving that expression a whole new meaning.

A new mural inside the men's washroom at District Stop Nightclub gives customers the chance to relieve themselves beneath a painting of the far-right presidential hopeful.

"It's a large picture of Donald Trump's face and right where his mouth should be is a urinal," said co-owner of District Stop Nightclub, Casey Lourens.

Painted by Winnipeg artist Nereo, the black and white mural features both the image of Trump's face and a selection of quotes and "outlandish statements" Trump has made, said Lourens. 
The mural at District Stop Nightclub includes "garbage" statements and quotes Trump has made in the past, said co-owner Casey Lourens. (Supplied)

"It's all a load of garbage in my mind," he said of Trump's views. 

The artwork seems to be going over well with District Stop's clientele, added Lourens.

"We haven't really got any negative feedback. People come out of the washroom with big smiles on their faces," he said.

District Stop Nightclub does not yet have plans to recreate the mural in the women's washroom.

With files from Aidan Geary

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