Building the world’s first toilet-shaped house is a sane or insane action is debatable but the noble cause attached to it overshadows every doubt. It is not about availability of resources with people having big bank balance. This time the blessed mind behind this construction is Sim Jae-duck, the chairman of the organizing committee of the Inaugural General Assembly of the World Toilet Association. Featuring four deluxe toilets, this appreciable structure is spread over 4,508-sq-foot and offers “feel more secure” comfort to its users. Its electronic motion sensors automatically lift and lower the lid when required. Above all, what brings it into the news is the fact that it is being rented for demanding $50,000 a day by Sim Jae-duck.