Public Restroom In China Has 1,000 Stalls
September 1, 2007
Officials in Chongqing, China, are preparing to submit an application to Guinness World Records to have its free, four-story public bathroom listed as the world’s largest, the state-run China Central Television reported. It features an Egyptian facade, soothing music and more than 1,000 toilets spread out over 32,290 square feet. Some urinals are uniquely shaped, including ones inside open crocodile mouths and several that are topped by the bust of a woman resembling the Virgin Mary. For open-aired relief, there is a cluster of stalls without a roof.