The Tub Needs A Seat Belt

A hotel in Switzerland has a bizarre feature in one of its rooms. Apparently, the bathtub rolls out to the balcony overlooking the scenic estate, which is perfect if you want some Swiss Miss to see your twig and berries.

At the hotel Auberge aux 4 Vents in Fribourg, Switzerland, a gold painted bathtub on rails is available for guests to use that automatically rolls out to the balcony.

The luxurious bath was shared by Felix Unholz, as he sat in the tub whilst it rolled out of a window onto a small balcony specially designed for the bath. As the windows opened he rolled out with a full bath of bubbly water to relax in, whilst he admired the stunning Swiss countryside from his room on the second floor.

Felix said: “We saw the hotel room on the internet, we instantly knew that we had to stay there for a night.

Imagine you’re sitting on the balcony, enjoying the view, when a bearded vulture lands in the tub and thinks your Johnson is a delicious worm. Yeah, I’ll pass.

You can see the tub in action below the fold…

10 thoughts on “The Tub Needs A Seat Belt

  1. I can’t wait to see the video of the tub going off its track & getting stuck. Who will scream first? The person in the tub or people down below? Please don’t let it be a big guy with manboobs.


  2. Cathy – Let’s just hope something else doesn’t stop the tub.

    Veeshir – “Anyone want some Miracle Whip?”

    Gary – Guy down below. “Could you possibly groom next time?”

    Mike47 – Like the coal cart in Temple of Doom. Hits a rock and he flips it over.

    Mike AKA Proof – Yeah, I don’t like undressing to take a shower. I’m certainly not exposing myself to the Swiss.


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