Today's award goes to the Standard Hotel in New York City. A tip o' the hat to reader Snoggeramus for pointing me to the story.
The Standard Hotel gives a whole new meaning to the term “poop deck.”
Restroom users at the Boom Boom Room club on the 18th floor are completely visible from the street below as they do their business, thanks to 10-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows.
The toilet-sitters get wondrous skyline views. But the windows work both ways — much to the chagrin of relief-seekers after they’re told what could be seen from the street.
“The view outside is exciting, but the view inside is frightening,” said David Langdon, 55, from Melbourne, Australia. “I saw people waving at me! Sitting on the royal throne, you don’t expect a public viewing!”
You especially don’t expect a public viewing considering there are no warning signs alerting customers that they’re starring in their own reality PV show.
There's more at the link.
Lends a new dimension to "letting it all hang out", doesn't it?