Japan invents goalkeeping toilet
Two Japanese firms have teamed up to create a toilet that doubles up as a goalkeeper.
The Super Great Toiler Keeper showed off its prowess by saving penalties from Japanese star striker Tatsuhiko 'Dragon' Kubo.
It uses motion-detecting cameras to calculate the flight of the ball, pivot on its axis, and fire a small ball from the bowl to parry the incoming soccer ball.
The bizarre invention is the unlikely result of two Japanese companies with similar names and vastly different products, joining forces.
Toilet maker Toto and sports lottery agent Toto pitched their collaboration as an environmentally friendly project.