Don't be caught with your pants down by the "Pissing Tanker."
Released just ahead of the annual Great Wall Marathon, a new toilet-locating mobile phone app hopes to prevent the urine-soaked walls that blemished last year's event.
Also, public bathrooms learn to text and soccer fans make a toilet-paper Niagara Falls.
A 27-year-old woman was left as a newborn in restaurant bathroom, but now is tracking down her biological mom on Facebook.
Evolution gave us hands, but people are so afraid of germs in the bathroom they prefer to use feet, hips, and paper towels to touch things.
All the news that's fit to print about toilets.
Participants of the "International Sanitation Hackathon" have some promising ideas to fight disease and death caused by poor sanitation.
One-quarter of men surveyed also reported sitting down to pee so they could use their phones with both hands.
Also, Australia tests the sewer system for drugs and there's a very suspicious-looking porta-potty at an Oklahoma golf course.
The unnamed cleaning contractor had built a secret napping nest inside an airport bathroom.
Also in this Toilet Tuesday: researchers discover that men experience more "stress" than women when using public bathrooms.
They'd join the ranks of one in three women worldwide who face "shame, disease, harassment and even attack," according to WaterAid.
Also, the Portland Loo is voted best public bathroom in Canada, and Japan deploys a toilet soccer goalie.
The 'Pee Project' is part of a tide of new public art that takes the city as its canvas and its inspiration.
Pop a squat for this week's uncomfortable edition of Toilet Tuesday.
The eternal dream of humankind – to enjoy room service while on the toilet – has finally come to fruition.
The detonating commode went off in Town Hall and lodged porcelain shrapnel in a door.
Plus, a terrorism memorial becomes a magnet for public urination and the location of a British town's death registry office is questioned.
Also, a look at Singapore's intense campaign to reform dag-nasty bathrooms.