And other developments in world bathroom news.
The city of Águeda is awash in a strange kind of street art.
Could you be so calm hanging off the pinnacle of Dubai's Burj Khalifa?
Almost certainly not, but that isn't stopping Fox News commentators from seeing a "female Muslim suicide bomber."
Going to jail has never been so fun.
Also, a British city forbids its own employees from watching the Olympics and a Tennessee burg attacks noisy street preaching.
Artist Steed Taylor unravels the story behind Chicago's "Galloon," a tribute to out gays and lesbians in the military.
It's basically a giant hole in the ground, designed to withstand Japanese earthquakes.
Turns out a weirdly named landmark can be quite beneficial to the local economy.
Your weekly eruption of the world's best bathroom news.
Portland designers crafted this leather strap to make carrying a bicycle a little easier.
Lightly stroking your plants can light up the room.
An ingenious little program makes your city look like The Matrix.
Philadelphia officials want to combat such painful examples of "distracted walking."
No trace of the primitive people mover remains, except an extremely colorful history.
Now French skaters can Ollie North any time of the day, thanks to the equivalent of a million fireflies' cumulative photon storm.
Also, Spokane bans malt liquor after a rash of drunken crimes and Austria outlaws noisy cows.
We're calling B.S. on this fully armed, $1.3 million deathbot.
One more reason not to park over a manhole.