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Back-Seat Toilet to End Mishaps in Traffic Jams

October 30, 2007

TOKYO – If you’re stuck in traffic when Mother Nature calls, Japan’s Kaneko Sangyo Co. has developed a back-seat toilet for you, according to Reuters. The manufacturer of plastic car accessories drew back the curtain on Oct. 23 on its new portable toilet for cars. The toilet comes with a curtain large enough to conceal users and a plastic bag to collect waste.

Drivers simply assemble the cardboard toilet bowl, fit a water-absorbent sheet inside, and draw round the curtain. The product is small enough to fit inside a suitcase.

Prospective customers will have to hang on until Nov. 15, when the firm begins selling the new product online, the report said.

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