The age-old problem for travellers of where to find a good public toilet may soon be solved, with the launch of a new website aimed at doing just that.
Based in New York, the startup toilet finder website which helps users to source public toilets close to their location, has advertised for a paid toilet reviewer and marked the position as "urgent."
The successful applicant, who is asked to supply examples of their work, will be rumunerated $100 a day, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Founder Michael Li explained that he launched Toilet Finder.com to cater for a legitimate human need which people have when they are travelling and don't know the area.
Mr Li claimed that his toilet finder online directory is on track to earn $200-$500 a day in the next six months.
It's a dilemma that every tourist faces when they don't have local knowledge and can be the difference between a comfortable stay and a nightmare experience.