You need to be extremely careful if you find yourself in these toilets following the high-end technology they have installed in the private rooms.
Have you ever taken tissues from a public toilet and packed it in your own handbag or pocket in order to use later in the day?
Well, if it is you am talking about you ought to be extremely careful the next time you find yourself at a washroom in China.
A Report by CNN has revealed that toilet paper stealing has become so bad in Temple of Heaven Park in Beijing, China, that authorities were forced to install facial recognition software in the private rooms.
According to the newly installed technology, toilet users need to make eye contact with a computer before the dispenser can serve them tissue paper.
Interestingly, once your face has been recognised the dispenser cannot give you another round of the TP.
If you desperately need more it is alleged that you would need to sit in the potty for literally nine whole minutes before you are served again.
This incredible technology should probably be installed in some of the public toilets in Kenya, where you might end up missing tissue simply because the previous user decided to stash the remaining roll in their handbag.