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A Welsh town is to install high-tech toilets, which would be to deter sexual activity by the sounding of an alarm and in the use of the user-with a cool blast of water.
Porthcawl, located on Wales’ south coast, is planning to spend about $200,000 on high-tech toilets at Griffin Park, which will reportedly include numerous security features to restrict “inappropriate sexual activity and vandalism.”
In the middle of a suspicious or violent motion, the sensors will automatically open the stall door and the sound of a high pitch alarms, with a spray of water jets and soaking through to the user. The floors will also be weight-conscious to make sure there is only one person in the booth at any one time, according to WalesOnline
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The Welsh town of Porthcawl is set to install hi-tech toilets, which would be to deter sexual activity by the use of the user and the water.
The new “robo-toilets” in which the plan was submitted to the Porthcawl town council, have been set up to replace the old facilities, where they say that they have outlived their lifespan in terms of functionality and aesthetics. The new toilets will charge a fee to use it, even though it has not been decided yet.
“The renovation of the public restrooms is an important element of the Porthcawl town council’s ambition to ensure that Porthcawl is a great place to live, work and visit,” a Diggle-member of the board, Mike Clark, has told WalesOnline.
In the Planning documents of the toilets, the detail of the other security features that will deter those who decide to go to sleep in a toilet stall. If a person takes up residency in the bathroom for an extended period of time, it is a warning, in combination with the lights on and the heater will be turned off.
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In addition, all toilet facilities shall be equipped with a full high-pressure floor and wall, washing-machine, which can be triggered after each and every use, or after a certain number of users per day. They will, reportedly, at night, every night for up to 10 minutes for the system to cleanse itself.
Twitter users wrote in about the problems that a user may be faced with a weight-sensitive floors, as well as how the motion sensors would be the impact of the disability.
One user said: “it’s weight-sensitive….good luck, and if you are obese!”
Another one said: “Non-handicapped, restrooms, and it’s cool.”
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The existing facilities at Griffin Park and are set to close in October, during the demolition and construction of the new building.