Rare 12th-Century Triple Toilet Let Three People Go Number Two at Once

The triple toilet seat once sat above the banks of the River Fleet which runs under the streets of north London from Camden into the River Thames and is known as  the capital's 'lost river'.

Rare 12th-Century Triple Toilet Let Three People Go Number Two at Once

This toilet built for three is a gross gem of London history (and soon, you can take a selfie with it).

Fri 15 Feb 19 from Livescience

Bizarre medieval 'triple toilet seat' revealed

A rare 12th-century triple toilet seat will be going on display at a London museum later this year.

Thu 14 Feb 19 from FOXNews

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