A Belgian man has sat on a toilet for nearly five days this week in his bid for longest toilet break record.
Burglars have stolen a fully-functional 18-carat gold toilet from Britain's Blenheim Palace, where it had been installed as an art exhibit, police said on Saturday.
This was in the past August, when a girl filed a report with the police, stating that a person filmed her and the girls in the apartment, inside the toilets, and kept pictures and videos in his phone.
The huge slider was only discovered after he had bitten the resident of the house on the bum, a rather rude way to enter someone’s house, if you ask our opinion.
"The building that is located in the premises of the community health centre, was painted saffron and shaped like a temple. People believed it to be a temple and no one bothered to clarify. It was only recently that an official told us that it was actually a toilet," said Rakesh Chandel, a resident.
Launched in 2016 by entrepreneurs Ulka Sadalkar and Rajeev Kher, the "Ti Toilet" project — "ti" means "her" in the local Marathi language — has 12 mobile washrooms, on average used by more 200 women daily. The buses are powered by solar panels mounted on top of the vehicle.
Local media reported that a colonel of the Russian police and others were arrested in Southern Russia.
The authorities said that the man was not discouraged by the fact that the toilet was fastened to the ground with screws.
However, scientists in Germany have done the impossible, they trained a group of cows to urinate at a particular place. Scientists believe cows can be potty trained as easily as toddlers.