So what if you own a Ferrari that hits 60 from 0 in three seconds? Paul Sender, a mechanic from US, has spent £5,000 building a toilet that is powered by a Boeing jet engine, making this officially the fastest and only jet-powered toilet in the world. Fireballs as long as 30 feet result from the toilet moving from a standstill to speeds in excess of 70mph while you’re busy doing your business. I presume at that speed, unloading your crap will probably be the last thing on your mind as you wouldn’t want to end up as a crash victim with your pants down. No idea on how this thing is steered or whether there are any brakes attached to it.