JUNGLE king Harry Redknapp checks out some new thrones — as he opens a block of public toilets.
The former footie manager, 72, was also honoured with plaque bearing his name at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
It marks the latest in a series of odd personal appearances for Harry after he went on stage at a garage music gig and played sandpolo.
He has also launched a jam roly poly business since winning ITV show I’m A Celebrity last year.
And on Monday he attended an event for community football project Premier League Kicks at No10.
After opening the loos in Poole, Dorset — near his Sandbanks home — he said: “People need toilets. Elderly people go out and when they want to go they need to find somewhere.”
The block was closed five years ago by the local council, but bought and renovated by a local recycling firm at a cost of more than £100,000. Harry added: “It is the first block of toilets I have opened.
“I was at 10 Downing Street on Monday talking about helping young people and the problems we have on the streets and then here today, so it has been an interesting week.”
Last week, former Spurs boss Harry was pictured giving the thumbs up on a horse at a sandpolo event near his home.
A bystander said: “Harry was telling everyone he’s owned racehorses but never been on a horse before. He was tentative, but got on.”
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