Free repairs to flammable toilets

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  1. Dear God above, the horror!!

    Communing with nature, contemplating the universe and instead of crispy medicated bog paper keenly awaiting the suspect pleasures of a pulsating massage spray followed by the warmth from a power dryer. Instead of which the crapper bursts into flame beneath you.

    Japan's leading toilet manufacturer Toto is offering free repairs to 180,000 toilets after some of them caught fire.

    There have been three incidents of the electric bidet accessory in Toto's Z series catching fire.

    "Fortunately nobody was using the toilets when the fire broke out and there were no injuries," a company spokesman said.

    "The fire would have been just under your buttocks," she added.

    Toto is a pioneer of high-tech toilets with built-in bidets, which are popular in Japan.

    The Z series features a pulsating massage spray, a power dryer, a "tornado wash" flush, and a lid that opens and closes automatically.

    It is not sold outside Japan

    Must be part of the batch designed for Japanese game shows.
  2. And it burns, burns, burns, the ring of fire,
    The ring of fire!
  3. "Chestnuts roasting by an open commode..."

    8O Okay... anyone else disturbed by the concept of electronic gizmos on one's throne?
  4. It's just a flash in the pan.
  5. Or for female steam engine drivers, memories of the fire box
  6. Bush fire?
  7. That would give you rosy cheeks.
  8. Indeed, you'd appear flushed
  9. Especially after the sh1t hit the fan.
  10. You'd have to be round the bend to consider such an article; Harpic in fact
  11. just watch out for the auto-tampax remover!
  12. Electrical fire in the Bathroom my God!

    A Towelling Inferno
  13. Aye, that's the rub
  14. I would never sink that low.
  15. Couldn't you just pull the plug?