Video: Glow in the dark toilet paper review - Telegraph
The bizarre invention looks like a standard loo roll during the day, but gives off a florescent glow when the lights are turned off.
The rolls were invented by Daniel Blackman, who works in product development for Thumbs Up, a gift company. The loo roll contains phosphors, which sustains a glow after exposure to energized particles such as light. The invention comes hot on the heels of Waitrose's cashmere loo roll, which claimed to offer the bottom line in comfort and went on sale earlier this month.
Only useful for camping or in power cuts