Some More Russian Toilets


The question of public lavatories is still very relevant in Russia, because there exists a shortage of them, especially in the big cities. Sometimes there is no place to go at all and people even have to use free lavatories in McDonald’s.

This street construction is supposed to be an effective solution of existing problem, but there are still some details that should be improved. Men and women should gather in groups and enter it by turn – first men group, next – women. When the gentlemen finish their “business” there comes the turn for the ladies, and it seems that some ladies don’t realize that this shelves are not actually shelves for their bags at all…


20 thoughts on “Some More Russian Toilets”

  1. I take it the men’s pee goes into the underground drainage (bottom left corner). But women seem to be peeing on the ground under themselves? Hmm..

  2. As you can see, something smell wrong in russian streets, maybe that can be a contribution to the global warming ahahahha

  3. That’s disgusting! I can just imagine the stench of urine in these areas and the vomit that goes with it. Kind of reminds me of the men’s public washrooms in train stations. No toilets but really smelly squatters. The toilets in Russian flats are equally disgusting too. The cleanest restrooms was at the super mall by the Red Square and the hotel I stayed at.

    • It was a reference to the two pictures on this post. Same angle, same focus, so taken by a fixed security camera on a wall. Some security guys (not just Russian, but all around the world) get their kicks in peculiar ways.

  4. That is completely disgusting. I cannot pee with someone else in the room. I’d have to run to the nearest dark alley.

  5. God forbid having to go for a free pee in McDonald’s.
    Instead of taking turns i think the women should just go to McDonald’s


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