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(KTVI) - Men who make a pit stop at any of hundreds of Michigan bars may hear public a service announcement in the bathroom. At restaurants and taverns it won't be the booze or the porcelain god talking, but a chatty little cake at the bottom of the loo.

The digital puck are motion activated, not liquid. A sultry voice, 'a Judy in the John', tells men to "make a smart choice tonight. Don't drink and drive."

The idea is making a big splash. And while drunk driving is no laughing matter, some people wonder if the message is being watered down with toilet humor.

The cakes costs $21 and last about three months. They were paid for with a federal grant.

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