Check Out "World's Most Dangerous Port-A-Potty" at Vikings Stadium Site [PHOTO]

This is one port-a-potty you definitely don't want to be in if it tips...

This is one port-a-potty you definitely don't want to be in if it tips...

When nature calls, you have to heed it -- even if you're hundreds of feet in the air on some precarious-looking scaffolding.

That's the situation facing workers working at the site of the new Vikings stadium, as you can see at the top of this post in a photo shot by the Mill City Times' David Tinjum.

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Tinjum tells us the pic is from October 9. His office overlooks the stadium site, and he just happened to notice "the world's most dangerous port-a-potty" situated high in the sky.

Yesterday, officials from Mortenson Construction and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority gave reporters and photographers a tour of the new stadium. Construction is already nearly 25 percent complete, and over $1 million of work is being done on the site each day, the AP reports.

In sum, with interior work on the stadium set to begin in just about a year, workers shouldn't have to defy death while heeding nature's call for too much longer -- though we can't imagine how cold it'll be up there this winter.

Here's a handful of construction photos the MSFA has shared on social media in recent weeks:
-- new MN stadium (@MSFA_NewStadium) October 9, 2014

h/t -- Ben Johnson

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