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Gallery: Weird and wonderful public toilets

And just a reminder… amazing doesn’t necessarily mean inviting.

EARLIER THIS YEAR it was revealed that flies had been banned from public toilets in a Chinese city as part of a new hygiene push.

It came after Beijing announced that new regulations  meant that bathrooms used by the public should contain no more than two flies. Beijing’s facilities are notoriously unpleasant as you can see here.

It got us thinking about other public toilets around the world…

Gallery: Weird and wonderful public toilets
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  • Hyde Park Conor, London

  • Times Square, New York

  • Vienna, Austria

  • Hong Kong

  • Warsaw, Poland

  • Warsaw, Poland

  • Dunbar, Scotland

  • Kawakawa, New Zealand

  • Lausanne, Switzerland

  • Texas

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