Controversial and bizarre toilet facts from around the world
Sanitation facts: According to the World Health Organization, 2.3 billion people still do not have access to toilets.
Years on the can: It's estimated that the average person spends around three years of their life on the toilet.
How many times do we use the toilet: An average person will go to the toilet 2,500 times a year.
Cuba: There are shortages of some basic goods in Cuba, and toilet paper is one of them.
France: People urinating on the streets of Paris became an issue, and not even a €68 fee (about US$76) for public urination stopped the problem.
France: The solution? Eco-friendly public urinals called "uritrottoirs.
Germany: To avoid getting toilets dirty, men in Germany are being encouraged to pee sitting down instead of doing it standing.
Germany: This has caused some controversy, and sparked heated debates about whether or not men should sit down to pee.
Sweden: You have to pay to use many public toilets in Sweden.
Sweden: So don't forget to carry some change in your pocket when you're out and about in the Scandinavian country.