Moscow’s Crazy Toilet Café: Made your reservation yet?

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A new Moscow cafe, which opened on October 30, serves food to its guests with crockery designed like small baths and urinals, in toilet-themed interior with seats resembling toilets. (REUTERS)

A new Moscow cafe, which opened on October 30, serves food to its guests with crockery designed like small baths and urinals, in toilet-themed interior with seats resembling toilets. (REUTERS)

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Customers clink their cups as they sit in Crazy Toilet Cafe located on Arbat Street in central Moscow, Russia, October 30, 2015. (REUTERS)

Customers clink their cups as they sit in Crazy Toilet Cafe located on Arbat Street in central Moscow, Russia, October 30, 2015. (REUTERS)

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A waitress serves an order at Crazy Toilet Cafe on October 30. The restaurant admits it will probably mainly draw one-time novelty visitors rather than repeat clients. (REUTERS)

A waitress serves an order at Crazy Toilet Cafe on October 30. The restaurant admits it will probably mainly draw one-time novelty visitors rather than repeat clients. (REUTERS)

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A flower vase designed in the likeness of urinal is seen at Crazy Toilet Cafe in Moscow, October 30, 2015. The walls are decorated with faeces-themed cartoons. (REUTERS)

A flower vase designed in the likeness of urinal is seen at Crazy Toilet Cafe in Moscow, October 30, 2015. The walls are decorated with faeces-themed cartoons. (REUTERS)

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Flower vases designed in the likeness of urinals are seen on a counter at Crazy Toilet Cafe Moscow. (REUTERS)

Flower vases designed in the likeness of urinals are seen on a counter at Crazy Toilet Cafe Moscow. (REUTERS)

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Alexander Donskoi, the owner of the cafe, is the former mayor of the northern Russian city of Arkhangelsk. (REUTERS)

Alexander Donskoi, the owner of the cafe, is the former mayor of the northern Russian city of Arkhangelsk. (REUTERS)

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Cups designed like urinals are seen on a counter at Crazy Toilet Cafe in Moscow. (REUTERS)

Cups designed like urinals are seen on a counter at Crazy Toilet Cafe in Moscow. (REUTERS)

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