Dave - I can't say any reason why not and I grew up in a rural area, and it was one thing I was told very, very definitely not to do, with such force. I have a feeling various groups that were telling me had personal experience in this area. An electric fence, basically, works by having a wire which is put up to a couple of thousand Volts with a very limited current. So the current will flow through you, but the amount of current that can flow is not going to be dangerous. Now, an electric current will flow quite well through your body because your body's got water in it with some salt in there. The salt has got ions in it which means the electricity can flow through it quite nicely.
Can You Get Electrocuted by Peeing?
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If you urinate on an electric fence will it shock you?
A Brooklyn, N. Matthew Zeno, 30, was returning home from a bar early Monday morning July 8 when he chose to relieve himself along the G-train subway line, according to the New York Post. But some analysts are throwing cold water on these kinds of reports, saying it's not possible to be electrocuted by urinating on an electric line. A stream of urine quickly separates into individual droplets, according to the television program "MythBusters.