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China’s Smart Bathrooms Will Sound an Alarm When You Take Too Long

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Bathrooms in Shanghai, China have been equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including warning systems for people who use the facilities for too long.

 

The Chinese government has built and installed around 150 “smart” public bathrooms around the city, according to Shanghai Observer via Shanghaiist.

 

They all come equipped with high-tech features such as monitoring and controlling the odor, tabulating the number of visitors and adjusting water levels.

 

One feature that is drawing much attention online is the timer that tracks how long a visitor uses the bathroom.

 

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No sheeeeit! They are even monitoring us when we take a poo!!!

 

Its not a smart bathroom the Chinese need, but a smart Chinese who does not do it in the middle of the street!

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What, is this a joke. If you are going to sound an alarm on Chinese people in bathrooms, make it for not flushing for the love of god. 

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Tough luck for the disabled... or maybe they aren't supposed to use it.

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Do they sound an alarm when you poop on the floor? Asking for some Thai friends in Chiang Mai who own tourist attractions with restrooms frequented by Chinese tourists...

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I think this is not such a bad innovation. This is partly a concern for our health (lying in the bathroom for a long time is harmful, much less sleep). And I think this is not about monitoring us.

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