From the BBC:
Tropical fish make tranquil toilets
By Fiona Murray
Spending a penny has taken on a whole new meaning in Portadown.
For the town is now flushed with the success of its latest venture – fish in the public toilets.
Well, an aquarium to be precise. Filled with tropical fish, it sits in the lobby of the William Street loos, to be admired by all who are caught short.
Home to 14 fish and with another six due to be delivered, the contemporary aquarium boasts a range of species.
Current occupants include the Congo Tetras from Zaire, Rosy Barb from Northern India, Serpae Tetras from Peru’s Amazon Basin, Hora’s Loaches from Thailand and the Labidochromis Caeruleus from the Great African Rift Valley.