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Knock It Off: Welsh Town Tries To Stop People From Having Sex In Public Toilets

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Knock It Off: Welsh Town Tries To Stop People From Having Sex In Public Toilets

Knock It Off: Welsh Town Tries To Stop People From Having Sex In Public Toilets

The Welsh town of Porthcawl is spending $200,000 to upgrade its public toilets.

According to Business Insider, the upgrades are so no one can have sex in them or vandalize the property.

Jets of water will shoot out from the new toilets whenever movement sensors sense "violent" activity.

Doors will fly open, and a high-pitched alarm will sound.

If someone's in the toilet for too long, a warning message will begin to play, and lights and heat will switch off.

However, some say these changes are terrifying!

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