Glastonbury Festival is Installing a See-through Toilet — for a Good Cause

If you're heading to Glastonbury Festival this year, and you like the thought of doing your business in front of 100,000-plus complete strangers, you're in luck. As part of its Make It Happen campaign, nonprofit organisation WaterAid is installing the aptly named "Loo with a View," which will overlook Glastonbury's massive Pyramid Stage. The toilet uses a crafty two-way mirror to enable the user to see out, but without anyone on the outside seeing in. The concept may sound strange, but it's got a serious message behind it. Chris Wainright, head of communications at WaterAid, said Loo with a View aims to raise awareness about the fact that a third of the world's population has choice but to use the toilet in the open.