Who knew that bathrooms could be tourist destinations? One shouldn't rely on these toilets in the event of an emergency, as they really put the "oy!" in "toilet," and are, for the most part, extremely inconvenient. Still, they remain a curious sight to see. While the thought of using them induces anxiety, for the sole purpose of gawking and trying to rationalize how to use them, these interesting bathrooms are worth taking a look at. Here are the strangest bathrooms from around the world.
The Floating Bathroom
Located in Utah, Arizona, this Lake Powell bathroom was designed to prevent people from defecating in the lake itself. The bathroom cost around $100,000 to install, and it has been a source of major controversy due to how ugly it is. The first floating bathroom installed in California's Lake Natoma faced similar complaints, which ultimately led to its indefinite removal. While the idea is endearing, the execution of the floating bathroom has yet to be mastered. Maybe just hold it for now.