Say What?!: Indian City Offers Money for Using Public Toilets

AHMEDABAD, India – An Indian city announced residents will be paid each time they use public toilets in a bid to curb public urination and defecation.

The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, which has about 315 public toilets spread through the city, said officers posted at 67 toilets in areas fraught with public urination and defecation will hand out 1 rupee — less than 1/5 of a single U.S. penny — to each person who uses the toilets.

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