The seat of the glamorous toilet is made of bullet-proof glass and embedded with 40,815 diamonds.
A lavish gold toilet featuring a bullet-proof and more than 40,000 diamonds spotted at the second China International Import Expo in Shanghai.
Made by Hong Kong-based jewellery brand Coronet, it comes with a bullet-proof seat and may even set a record for the most number of diamonds in a toilet seat, reports NDTV.
The seat of the glamorous toilet is made of bullet-proof glass and embedded with 40,815 diamonds. Together, the diamonds weigh a whopping 334.68 carats.
It is estimated that this gold toilet could fetch as much as $1.3 million - or approximately Rs.9 crore. However, Aaron Shum, the founder of the brand Coronet, declined to reveal if the lavish toilet had attracted any potential buyers. He also said he was not willing to sell it.
"We would like to build a diamond art museum so that more people can enjoy it," Shum said.
The gold and diamond toilet has created waves on social media. While some have praised it, others have criticised it as ostentatious. "Looks cool," wrote one person on Twitter. Another, however, labelled it "ridiculous".