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A popular tourist attraction on Beijing has come up with an ingenious solution to toilet paper hogs — facial recognition dispensers.

The Temple of Heaven park installed tech-age machines that scan the faces of those relieving themselves before dispensing a fixed length strip of toilet paper, according to the BBC.

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The idea is to prevent visitors from taking rolls of the treasured resource home with them.

If a person did not get enough squares in the initial offering to get the job done, they have to wait a full nine minutes for another portion.


There is a silver lining of sorts… as part of the experiment, the park upgraded from one-ply to two-ply.

And should a visitor face abnormal circumstances, they simply need to give a shout out.

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“If we encounter guests who have [diarrhea] or any other situation in which they urgently require toilet paper, then our staff on the ground will directly provide the toilet paper,” a park spokesman told Beijing Wanbao, according to the BCC.

The park did say that since the machines were put into use, toilet paper usage has decreased by 20 percent.

Tom Tillison


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