Swiss Public Bathrooms

By: Dee Sandin - Published: Mar 26, 2008   Updated: May 16 2011 • References: weirdthings.org.uk
Apparently they don't get pee fright in Switzerland... or if they do, then this public toilet must stay really clean because most people wouldn't actually be able to use it! It's made one-way reflective glass. Even though you can see them and they can't see you, I couldn't do it. I'd never be able to pee with people walking by.

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