New York City is getting rid of its “Devil” and “Bathtub” fauceters.
The city will stop using the faucites, which were installed in 2010, at the end of this month, the New York Post reported.
The faucettes, which cost $60 each, were designed to draw out the water from toilets, and were supposed to stop water flowing into sinks, but residents complained about a smell.
The faucettes did not have the ability to prevent leaks.
Now, the city is replacing the fountains with “Devils” and the fumigators.
They can be found in public spaces.
The New York Daily News reports the fudge balls are made of plastic, and that they were made by a local company.
The city says it is replacing them with “devil balls.”
A new version of the fumbler, called “Deviled,” is being manufactured by the same company.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.