I've always been terrified of these automated toilets, refusing to set foot in one even once. My fear? That something would malfunction, and I would be stuck inside with hot cleaning solvent spraying all over me as it "self-cleaned." Turns out, my fears are justified. After spending $5 million on five automated public toilets, Seattle is just saying no to the stinking, filthy hell-holes their automated toilets have become. It got so bad that even though they're free to use, homeless drug addicts turned their noses up. Result? They're now on eBay for $89,000 a piece. Let the bidding wars begin!