Talking Toilet Coming to Napa Valley

August 21, 2019

If you find yourself in a public restroom in St. Helena, Calif., be sure to take care of business quickly to avoid being exposed.

The city council has approved the construction of a talking and self-cleaning modular public restroom for downtown St. Helena, the Napa Valley Register reports. The restroom welcomes patrons with soothing music and features a toilet that disinfects itself after every 30 flushes. However, if patrons overstay their welcome, a voice warns them that the door will slide open soon. If they don’t leave, the restroom will alert local police.

Read more about the latest public restroom features that encourage cleanliness and discourage criminal activity.

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