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This Bathroom In A Chinese Park Has Translucent Walls


A new toilet with transparent walls recently opened up in Shiyanhu Park, Changsha City, Hunan Province, China. It’s up high enough so that people outside in the park can’t see you, but the same can’t be said about anyone who might want to go to the bathroom at the same time as you.


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