If you spend a lot of time in high-end restaurants it's surprising how many people ask about the toilets. "What were they like?" "how did they look?" there seems to be this fascination with the facilities.
Toilets - their design, layout, style and location - all vary depending on where you are, however, no toilet in the world offers quite as much of an adrenaline fueled stop as this tiny washroom in in Siberia.
It sits 8,500 feet above sea level hanging over the edge of a cliff and has won the title of the world's most extreme toilet.
Fortunately it's not for a restaurant and instead is used by just five members of staff at a weather station within the Altai Mountains of Russia. Would you use it?
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