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March 20, 2017


Wiping out crime: face-scanners placed in public toilet to tackle loo roll theft

(Thanks to Le Petomane and coscolo)


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I wonder if they'll be getting a loo grant to help pay for this.

That constipation face is going to be hard to ID.

I predict the next real or non-existent scandal plaguing
government will the the loo pictures.

By the way, what's a loo?

"I don't have a square to spare."

Elaine Benis strikes again.

Isn't "loo roll" a Thai appetizer?

Skip to the loo
is a dance people do
when they really have to poo

You must skip really fast
for the toilet paper may not last
And the line you must get past

Into the camera you must smile
The situation is silly
But for lunch you ate all that chili

Now we find the camera is broken
the supply of toilet paper is but a token
resolve is no longer oaken

No more skipping to the loo
the problem is through
and we slosh away from the loo

They may see a lot more than faces.

didn't loo rolls sing ' lady love' ?

I saw Loo Roll open for Lou Rawls.

♪ you'll never find
another loo like mine

Loo Roll Theft opened for Great White, on the Scott Tissue tour.

It wasn't a very succesful run.

I was in China in the 90's on a tour, and at almost every public toilet we visited while at the attractions, there were attendants collecting money for about 3 squares of TP per person. Mind you, most loos are holes in the ground that you squat over. Some lovely porcelain and stainless steel ones but holes in the ground none the less. Not all are maintained well for cleanliness either. I exited the ladies room at the Great Wall with my pants around my knees, gagging...

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