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The public bathrooms at Shiyan Lake in Hunan have been bewildering many due to being constructed entirely from glass, allowing all comers to clearly witness others doing their business – which the designers say is meant to serve as a “tourist attraction”.

Not only the individual stalls are glass, the separator between the male and female bathrooms is also made entirely of glass, making some wonder if such a design is even legal – though at least the construction appears to be sound, unlike so many others in China.

The glass bathroom in all its glory:

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Former promotions held at Shiyan Lake in an attempt to generate visitors includes a dance performance on the lake’s waters, which occurred last year (with transparent bathrooms clearly serving as the next logical step):

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