At that time, men alone could relieve themselves in London, and, moreover, only at one place – in Fleet Street. Women had to put up with the inconvenience for some time more – the toilet for ladies was opened on February 11 with no chances for those who like to peep, as the ladies’ room was located in Bedford Street. Finally, the most pleasing thing was that the Society of Arts initiated the opening of public toilets. It is not surprising, as even great artists have to go for a pee from time to time.
In 1852, water bickered for the first time in the world’s first public toilet