Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Ukrainian Museum on Toilets... and an unwanted suprise!

Ananova:

Toilet museum's unwanted donation

A Ukrainian man has been arrested after making use of one of the exhibits at a new museum dedicated to the history of the toilet.

The museum, which opened only last week in the capital Kiev and claims to be the first of its kind in the world, has now added "Not for use" signs on all its exhibits.

The toilet museum takes visitors through the entire history of the modern loo from its earliest beginnings as a hole in the ground to modern-day toilets with all mod-cons.

There is even a section dedicated to toilets of the future.

Vassiliy Kovalchuk, 48, who has apologised to museum staff, said: "I didn't realise they were only to look at when I was caught short.

"They told me afterwards visitors are supposed to use the public toilets on the street. I told them I want my money back."

2 Comments:

At 11:36 PM, Blogger Kreav said...

Hi :)

I was wondering if you knew the web address for this museum.
Or
The street address and phone number?
Thank you,

Jane Pudd

 
At 5:26 PM, Blogger FiKaLo said...

brilliant!

 

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