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Spanish team invents hands-free 'penis bidet'

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Spanish team invents hands-free 'penis bidet'
The 'Urinal 2.0'. Photo: Eduard Gevorkyan
11:55 CEST+02:00
Three Spaniards have come up with an idea that is poised to revolutionize male toilet habits and leave men’s privates smelling sweet after every trip to the "little boy's room".

A team from Valencia have designed a urinal that will actually wash and dry the penis after each pee.

The ‘Urinal 2.0’ uses sensors to detect when urination is complete and then douses the member with a curtain of soapy water lasting three seconds.

A drier is then activated to blast hot air over ‘John Thomas’ and ensure he is clean and dry being put away.

“We came up with the use of sensors, so that the user does not have to touch anything and everything is as hygienic as possible,” said Eduard Gevorkyan, the biochemist behind the idea.

He teamed up with economist Ivan Giner and business coach Miguel Angel to patent the design which is ready to go to the prototype stage.

Gevorkyan promises that the machine will work regardless of the size of the user’s penis, “so that no-one in the world be discriminated against.”

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