If you want to retrieve the paper, you must bring your face to the scanner camera to identify it. After the confirmation, a piece of paper about 30 cm long will be released automatically, then immediately stop.
In the country of billions of Chinese people, the authorities always headache because theft of toilet paper in the public toilet.
To put an end to this situation, a series of public toilets across China are gradually being installed face scanners to prevent people from stealing and wasting toilet paper.
In Shandong, the facial scanning system has just been installed by the government. Accordingly, if you want to get paper, you must force your face to the camera scanner to identify. After the confirmation, a piece of paper about 30 cm long will be released automatically, then immediately stop.
It is known that each person can only get about 30cm each time and after each scan, the scanner must wait for a certain amount of time to allow you to retrieve the paper, even if you try to recognize the face. me many times.
Previously, public toilets in Beijing’s Thien Dan Scenic Area were also installed in March, following reports of tourists wasting a lot of paper. However, the amount spent on each machine is not small, about $ 750 (equivalent to 17 million).
Two years ago, Chengdu City (China) launched a toilet improvement campaign, providing toilet paper and free soap in public areas. However, in just one week, 1,500 toilet paper rolls disappeared in Chengdu People’s Park.
According to the park’s management, if the situation lasts every day, Chengdu park will spend 100,000 yuan (about 330 million dong) per year just to buy toilet paper for tourists.