This Chinese public toilet looks exactly like the US Capitol building

By James Griffiths, May 15, 2014

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[A luxurious public restroom near a brewery in Fuyang, Anhui Province looks just like the US Capitol building, where the US Congress meets. Literally a whizz palace. Image via CNS]

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