Ten Of The Weirdest Toilets And Urinals From Around The World

Funny and bizarre toilets are constantly being invented and created to make this moment of privacy a little more joyful.

One of the most important sanitation projects developed in history, which also meant the great revolution of civilization, is the creation of the toilet. This happened around 2800 BC. In fact, it has been improved these days and is accessible everywhere you go.

1. The Vertebrae

The Vertebrae is the brainchild of award-winning designer Paul Hernon, of Huddersfield, who created it with small apartments in mind.

This super compact bathroom unit has special features that spin out from the center as you need them.
The Vertebrae includes toilet, sink, shower and storage units, all of which are connected in a central column, hence the name of the invention.

The entire unit occupies an area of less than 1 square meter!

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2. Glass Walled Public Urinals

A “transparent toilet” turned lure in Changsha, in Hunan province, China. This public bathroom with glass walls was built next to Shiyan Lake, in an area with plenty of vegetation.

The glass walls allow anyone to see who is using the toilet.

On the first day, several people went to see the novelty, but they avoided “testing” the urinals.

3. Video Gaming Urinals

British company Captive Media thinks it has developed a product that fills the gap in the market – a urinal mounted, urine-controlled games console for men.

The device sits above a standard urinal bowl where users are presented with three generous targets to aim for as they go.

Symbols in the unit read “Start,” “Left,” and “Right.” and the urinal can detect which one you are peeing at using a special infrared device.

Once players have finished their business, they can post their scores to Twitter and a live leader board.

4. The Golden Throne In Hong Kong

This toilet was created and produced by the Hang Fung group of Hong Kong back in 2001 and it is made of 24 carat gold. The seat is also made of solid gold.

To complement this throne fit for a king, the toilet paper is also made with gold.

5. The Doctor Who Loo

A replica of Doctor Who’s time-travelling machine was bought by the owners of Warmley’s Waiting Room Cafe.
They have spent around £1,800 on the Tardis and spent almost as much installing the “Who Loo” in the Cafe.

This Time machine loo is complete with flashing blue light and Tardis sound effects.

6. The Trumpet Toilet

Talk about blowing your own trumpet. The men’s loos in The Bell Inn in Sussex feature trumpets which double as urinals.

7. A Venus Flytrap Urinal

The sculptor and craftsman of this urinal has developed a reputation world wide as one of the world’s most creative manufactures of luxury urinals shaped like flowers and plants.

This Venus Fly Trap urinal comes with a $11,500 price tag and a full set of spikes, but fortunately for its future users, they are made of silicone rubber.

8. P-Tree Urinals

Dutch designer Sam van Veluw discovered an interesting and very creative way to solve a problem of outdoor toilets during events, festivals and concerts.

He suggests tying a simple weeping vessel to the trees and interconnecting them with simple pipes, with quick couplings to the nearest sewer. Simple and effective.

9. A Mirro Loo

This toilet was created in 2003 by the architectural artist Monica Bonvicini in London.
The public loo is covered by special mirrors that reflect the light outside and is transparent to those inside.

10. Bathroom That Appears and Disappears

The city authorities of Victoria, Canada, had an interesting idea: a public toilet that disappears by day, so as not disturb the landscape of parks and gardens, and that appears “magically” at night, ready to meet the physiological needs of the public.

Article Source; Oddee