As people around the world prepare to celebrate World Toilet Day (Nov. 19), CBS News is celebrating the world's strangest toilets. Why? First, to make you laugh, but also to help focus attention on the 2.6 billion people who don't have indoor plumbing. Lack of proper sanitation leads to 1.8 million deaths each year from diarrheal disease. Most of the victims are children.
That's the bad news. The good news is you can do go to WorldToilet.org and do something about it.
In the meantime, have a look at some of the wackiest toilets we have ever seen. And don't get flushed.