4 July 2020

Anti-sex toilets with 'violent movement' sensors

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Anti-sex toilets are to be installed at a seaside town to deter horny beachgoers from getting frisky. reports citing Dailystar that The Welsh town of Porthcawl is planning to build the loos to make it near impossible for couples to shack up in the cubicles.

Violent movement sensors will automatically open the doors if anyone inside is rocking a bit too much.

They will then sound high-pitched alarms while fine water jets will soak the interior of the units.

But it is unlikely any more than one person will be able to get into cubicles in the first place, due to the weight-sensitive floors which will safeguard against “inappropriate sexual activity and vandalism”.

2019.08.17 / 16:07
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