Muslim shower-The FIFA WorldCup winner

Vujani joked about wanting to form an organisation called “Shatafa Ultras” or “Bum Shower Fanatics” in celebration of the sanitary equipment and expressed displeasure that British restrooms lack these showers.

LYouTuber David Vujani from Croatia praised the convenience of the Muslim shower (bidet sprayer) he had been using while in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Twitter.

Vujani, a London-based writer with experience in football-related articles, is a die-hard supporter of Liverpool FC. Vujani joked about wanting to form an organisation called “Shatafa Ultras” or “Bum Shower Fanatics” in celebration of the sanitary equipment and expressed displeasure that British restrooms lack these showers.

An ardent admirer of Liverpool FC, Vujani is a writer with experience in football-related publications who resides in London. Vujani made light of the lack of these showers in British lavatories, joking that he wanted to start a group named “Shatafa Ultras” or “Bum Shower Fanatics” to celebrate the sanitary amenities.

Vujani isn’t the only foreigner who praises the Muslim shower. After his tweet, many Europeans added their experience.

Looks like we have  anew name for Muslim shower-The Bum Gun.

Needless to say, after Covid, the world has shifted to adopt more hygienic practices which is why Muslim showers have been a big hit around the world.

Desi netizens also contributed to Vujani’s tweet.

Muslim showers have impressed the West. Muslims were also quick to inform the “Westerners” that they had been using water in the restroom for centuries.

After Covid, many have adopted hygienic practices in life. Nevertheless, bidet is now being installed at many public restroom around the world. Many parts of Asia, Japan and even America have adopted the use of bidet in restrooms.

Call it Bum Gun or Bidet, look’s like Muslim showers will take over the world of washrooms soon.

Written by Mahnoor Luqman

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