Glastonbury’s toilet nightmare is now over for women, thanks to two ingenious new designs: the Whiz and the Go Bag. The Whiz is a funnel-like prosthetic intended to be used with the She-Pee – a revolutionary ‘stand-up’ women’s urinal. In direct competition with this is the demure Go Bag (above), a more discreet option billed as a ‘revolutionary new personal toilet’. Using a more sophisticated method, the bag is filled with crystals that turn liquid into a solid gel for easy disposal. But at £8.95 a shot, it raises the cost of a pint.
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