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See-Through Public Toilet Lets You Do a Number Two While the Rest of the World Passes You By

by Hazel Chua

Having to take a dump in public is the subject of many people’s nightmares. And that nightmare is about to become a reality if you suddenly have the urge to go and the closest toilet you can find is Monica Bonvicini’s public toilet-slash-art installation called ‘Don’t Miss A Sec.’

Don’t Miss A SecThat title’s certainly appropriate, since the toilet is located right on the sidewalk. And with its one-way mirrors, you can see whatever is happening or whoever happens to be walking by while you do your thing, while nobody outside can see in. At least I hope not.

Saw your girlfriend pass by while you’re inside? “Hey, I just saw you while I was…” Or maybe you witnessed a robbery while you were finishing up? “Yes, Officer, I was right inside when the whole thing happened. Look, I even captured the whole thing on my phone. Oh, sorry, you weren’t supposed to see that, I was just about to flush…”

Don’t Miss A Sec

You won’t miss a sec, all right, but I’m sure you’ll have the hardest time going when you’re in this bathroom.

[via Incredible Things]



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