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Plumber builds world’s fastest fully-functioning toilet

Commuting to work will never be the same again

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Commuting to work will never be the same again for this imaginative plumber who has built the world’s fastest fully-functioning toilet.

Colin Furze, 33, has spent four weeks building the petrol-powered lavatory which boasts a powerful 140cc motorbike engine and can travel at 55mph.

The high-speed toilet has been fitted with a button on the handle bars, so it can be flushed on the move, and a clip so he can read his favourite daily newspaper – Metro.

‘It is quite scary to drive as the water in the toilet makes it very top heavy and I get wet when I go over any bumps,’ said Colin, from Stamford in Lincolnshire.

‘The toilet seat is also quite slippery so it’s hard to stay on and stop myself from sliding off when I go fast. It’s also pretty tricky to steer.’

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