Not all people in the world use toilets the way we do here in America.
Although most European toilets these days are similar to what we have here in the USA, a few are still just a hole about five inches wide over which the person squats. In parts of Asia, squatting toilets are still common.
In this restroom in a Yellowstone National Park campground, a sign above both the women and men’s toilets shows the right way to use it.
Experts on toilet use will tell you that from a biological and health perspective, squatting is better and more efficient than sitting.