Female festivals goers are to be given their own special toilets at this year's Glasto to avoid the usual problems of sharing facilities with the so-called smellier sex. Bring forth the She-Pee!
The pink single-sex cubicles will be located either side of the Pyramid Stage and guarded by uniformed staff to keep bladder-bursting blokes at bay.
The She-Pee was unveiled yesterday (Tuesday 16th June) by Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis at the Worthy Farm festival site in Pilton, Somerset.
Another new addition to Glastonbury, a 70ft steel tower called ‘Working Together’, was also unveiled.
The piece, which depicts 12 figures pulling a rope, was designed by Eavis and artists Kurt Jackson and Graham Jobbin.
It will take pride of place in the Left Field, the area run by the Battersea and Wandsworth Trades Union Congress.
Glastonbury 2004 takes place between 25-27th June at Worthy Farm, Pilton, Somerset.