There seems to be no limit to the extremes people will go to show off their wealth.
And now, for those who truly want to wow guests – or
simply want to flush some excess money down the loo, there is…gold toilet paper.
sold by Australian company the Toilet Paper Man is
made from 22-carat gold and costs a staggering
$1,376,900.00 (around £825,839).
Toilet Paper Man is selling the 22-carat gold roll for the
bargain price of $1,376,900 (around £825,839)
Toilet Paper Man told Mail Online that as yet, no one
has bought the roll, but any hopefuls would need a
‘very big Pay Pal account’
The website claims that each roll – which comes with a free bottle of champagne – will be delivered personally. And for those concerned that metal may not provide a gentle wipe, the roll is three-ply to ensure the utmost comfort, Golden waste For those looking to take their obsession with bling to the next level; boxes of 24kt gold pills that promise to
‘turn your innermost parts into chambers of wealth’.
The sparkling capsules, measuring 2cm long, can be
found on the Citizen:Citizen website priced at $425
After digesting the three gold-leaf tablets,
shefinds.com claims consumers will find flakes of pure precious metal decorating their excrement.
The Gold Pills were designed by late New York artist
Tobi Wong in collaboration with Ken Courtney. Speaking to the Mail Online, the company said the
inspiration for the roll came from Dubai.
‘When we saw in Dubai some hotels have full gold toilet seats and handles for the toilet paper we decided it would be a good idea.
‘It took four years of patience to make one roll which
has gold flakes through it.’ The website describes their uber-luxurious product, saying: ‘This is the most expensive toilet paper roll in the world. ‘A quality 3-ply toilet paper with 22-carat gold through the roll.
‘As you use the toilet paper 22-carat gold flakes will fall
onto the floor and your behind taking you to another level of sophistication. ‘We have only been able to produce one roll at this stage. Naturally it comes gift wrapped. This is 100 per cent useable and safe and made proudly in Australia.’ Perhaps unsurprisingly no one has brought the roll as yet, though the company told Mail Online: ‘We would love to get a purchase.