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Dr Loo! Replica Tardis transformed into luxury toilet

The Time Lord's legendary Tardis has been turned into a luxury toilet for customers at a cafe in Bristol.

Is it really bigger on the inside? The Who Loo was fitted at the Warmley Waiting Room two weeks ago. Credit: SWNS

Justin Hoggans paid £1,800 for a replica of Doctor Who's iconic blue police call box and spent a further £1,500 turning the Tardis into a luxury loo for customers at his cafe, the Warmley Waiting Room.

The Who Loo, which is kitted out with toilet, sink, gleaming silver taps and tiled floors and walls, has been attracting plenty of the show's fans, who are curious to find out whether the Tardis really is bigger on the inside.

Hoggans, who runs the cafe with his wife Claire, told the Bristol Post: "We have always loved Doctor Who and we went to a B&B that had a Tardis as a changing room for their hot tub, which our kids loved. This gave me the idea.

"Lots of people, young and old, seem to love it - it's a talking point and a bit of fun, but also functional."

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Dr Who named best drama at NTAs

Jenna Coleman receives the NTA on behalf of Dr Who. Credit: ITV

Dr Who has been named best drama at the National Television Awards.

Receiving the award, Jenna Coleman said: "50 years and still going strong - well done Who!"

Watch the National Television Awards live on ITV and you can catch up later on ITV Player.

Royals greet Doctor Who and Daleks for anniversary

The Countess of Wessex meets Matt Smith, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, John Hurt and a dalek. Credit: Eddie Mulholland/The Daily Telegraph/PA Wire

The Countess of Wessex met Matt Smith, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, John Hurt and a pair of Daleks at a reception at Buckingham Palace to mark the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.

There were also two versions of the Tardis and K-9 the robot dog set up in the Palace's Bow Room.

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