Yes there are less bacteria in urine than tap water, however with the presence of bacteria when not regulated by your body and just in the environment they have the capacity to multiply. There's also a difference between sitting down in naturally occurring bacteria from rainwater and sitting down in someone else's bodily fluids/waste.I do understand where you are coming from ... and understand the "Ich factor"
for all intents and purposes:
URINE is sterile because it contains no living organisms, unless the person that produces is unlucky enough to have a urinary tract or bladder infection. There are less bacteria in urine than in tap water, for example
URINE is not sterile - it does contain bacteria
but less then in average tap water - and much less in the rain water I was soaked in when I sat down
And no I do not "plan" on doing it again - it is a restaurant I frequent and would not do anything to intentionally jeopardize
It happened -- Honestly I did find it Humiliating but also thrilling
However, when going out in public you should be taking the proper precautions to not leak. You said you sat there, drank five iced teas, and wet yourself three times after already knowing you were on the verge of leaking and specifically said that you made the conscious decision to "be bad". Do what you want in your own house, "be bad" and leak on whatever you please, but when out in public you should be taking appropriate measures to avoid leaking, especially when it's clear you're aware of it and had the capability to avoid that from happening, you just chose not to, even though you could've chosen to change when you knew you should have. That's not right in my eyes