CHANGSHA, China, Sept. 30 (UPI) -- A Chinese tourist location has opened semi-transparent glass bathrooms for guests not overly concerned with their privacy.
Photos shared by CCTV News show the restroom facilities featuring slightly fogged glass doors which opened to the public at the Shiyan Lake Resort in Changsha city on Thursday.
"This 'au naturel' toilet was surely created as a challenge to those who claim they aren't shy!" CCTV News wrote.
The see-through bathrooms provide a view of the surrounding scenic wooded area and contain several rows of stalls and multiple urinals.
China is also home to the world's longest glass bottom bridge, an attraction so popular it was briefly shut down due to "overwhelming demand" after being open for just two weeks.