A MAN MUST NOT STAND IN A PRIVATE DOMAIN AND DRINK IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN OR STAND IN A PUBLIC DOMAIN AND DRINK IN A PRIVATE DOMAIN UNLESS HE PUT HIS HEAD AND THE GREATER PART OF HIS BODY INTO THE DOMAIN IN WHICH HE DRINKS.
Now it is not only the water that that’s the problem, but the accidental carrying of a vessel from one domain to another.
And, it’s not just about drawing water towards you – but movement in the opposite direction can be a problem as well:
A MAN MAY NOT STAND IN A PRIVATE DOMAIN AND MAKE WATER IN A PUBLIC DOMAIN OR IN A PUBLIC DOMAIN AND MAKE WATER IN A PRIVATE DOMAIN, AND THE SAME APPLIES TO SPITTING
This can be similar to throwing an object from one domain to another. Even that which comes from the body. Of course where the body ends can be a bit uncertain:
Raba inquired: What is the legal position where a man stood in a private domain and the orifice of the organ projected into a public domain? Are we guided by the source or by the point of exit? — This remains undecided.
Inquiring minds do want to know! Actually, no so much.