Unprecedented Theft of Chemical Toilet Occurs On Bulgarian Highway
A chemical toilet cabin on Bulgaria’s Trakiya highway has been stolen during the weekend, reported a local TV channel.
The toilet which weighted around 280 kg in total, comprising of a cabin and of a 200-kg reservoir of water, has probably been lifted from the parking of the Bulgarian town of Nova Zagora with specially prepared equipment, most likely a truck and a crane, reported the bTV channel.
The toilet had not been insured against theft. That has probably been the first case of a stolen chemical toilet cabin in the country, according to data of the company responsible for installing and maintaining chemical toilets the last 14 years.
The perpetrator would be given from 1 to 10 years in prison.
A total of 44 chemical toilets on 22 different spots of the section between south-Bulgarian cities Stara Zagora and Burgas on Trakya highway were installed on August 1, as no such equipment existed there before.
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