Crazy Expensive Rockaway Beach Bathrooms Won’t See Any Sunbathers

$2 million bathrooms won't be installed until after summer's end

(John Greim/ Getty Images)

(John Greim/ Getty Images)

Rockaway Beach is now a no-flush zone.

With summer unofficially underway, Rockaway Beach sunbathers will be relegated to portable toilets, as the $2 million “comfort stations” sit uninstalled by the seaside.

The 10 exclusive bathrooms won’t be opened until the long-delayed boardwalk construction begins later this year, DNAinfo reports.

The modular stations should be ready just in time for polar bear plunge season — the Parks Department said they would be installed at Beach 67th Street by the end of winter. How convenient?

The loos, looked after by 24-hour security, were originally ordered to get beaches ready for summer 2013, post-Hurricane Sandy.

The controversial pricey bathrooms raised a stink last summer when Arverne by the Sea residents were allegedly not warned or included in the city’s bathroom installation plans.

Pretty potty, out. Porta Potty, in.

Crazy Expensive Rockaway Beach Bathrooms Won’t See Any Sunbathers