How Heavy Does One Need Be To Risk The Toilet Bowl Collapsing Under Ones Weight?
I am a handyman by trade. The design of a modern toilet prevents breakage. You could balance a piano on the bowl and it will not break. However, tap it with a hammer and it will shatter. Porcelin is very brittle, but extremely strong. Somewhere between 1000 and 2000 lbs might do it. Do not park your car on your neighbors toilet.
It's not the toilet bowl, it is the floor it sits on that is "at risk". Especially if there has been leakage and the floor is weakened. So, the risk is indeterminate, in general.
Listen. If this is becoming even a remote concern for you or anyone else, I got one word for you; "Lapband."
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