A porcelain toilet used by music legend John Lennon has been bought at auction by a ‘potty’ overseas collector. The unnamed investor paid a whopping £9,500 for the toilet – almost ten times its auction estimate.
The pan has been in the shed of builder John Hancock for nearly
40 years. He was given the loo by Lennon to use for a plant pot after the former Beatle had the bathroom at his home in Tittenhurst Park, Berkshire refurbished in 1972.