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Toilet Museum

You need to be prepared to clean up a few messes, or at least that’s what the operator of a new toilet museum in Kiev, Ukraine found. A 46 year old local man, after paying his entry fee, walked over to one of the exhibits and left the museum its first non-cash donation.

When asked about his rationale, he stated:


“I didn’t realise they were only to look at when I was caught short. They told me afterwards visitors are supposed to use the public toilets on the street. I told them I want my money back.”

In response, the museum has put “Not for use” signs on all exhibits. No word on whether the depositor received his money back, or if they kept his donation as a permanent exhibit.

News Link (ananova) ( Thanks prying1!), and Pic Link (the pic is actually a museum in Austria, same idea though).

6 Responses to “If you open a toilet museum . . .”

  1. on 17 Sep 2007 at 11:24 pm Bunk

    As a guy, I’d want to test the equipment, too, to see which one works best, but I’d end up like a dehydrated dog in a fire hydrant factory.

  2. on 17 Sep 2007 at 11:43 pm prying1

    Re: – Quote – (the pic is actually a museum in Austria, same idea though). – end quote –

    There is more than one of them???

    OK! I’ll admit that there are certain times of the day I am obsessed with toilets and/or urinals. But after relieving myself the obsession goes away.

    What’s with these people?

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  4. on 18 Sep 2007 at 6:25 am nessa / goldennib

    I guess he thought it was an interactive exhibit.

  5. on 19 Sep 2007 at 5:50 pm Alpaca The Awesome

    oops…

  6. on 20 Sep 2007 at 11:31 pm Fiar

    I’m with the customer there. I’d want my money back.

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