An article published in the Journal of Forensic Sciences states that a wasps nest was found on a toilet seat, and that the paper was crumped up, but there is no evidence of any damage to the paper.
The article states that the nest is the result of an adult female wasp nesting in a toilet, which is not uncommon in a natural environment.
The wasps wasps nests on toilet seats are common in rural areas, and are known to attack the toilet seat with a powerful venom.
The nest was discovered when the toilet washer was disturbed by a person.
The paper was crushed, however, and a photo was taken of the nest.
The journal states that it is not known if there is any damage from the nest, and it was not immediately clear if the paper had been destroyed.
However, the article also states that other species of wasps have been known to nest on toilet paper.
An adult wasp is usually about the size of a large cat, but the nest was very large and could have weighed up to a kilogram (1.5 lbs).
The paper nest was located in the same spot where another wasp had nested a few years ago.
The study was published in JFS: Journal of Applied Forensic Sciences.