In the annals of commode history, only a few brave souls have ventured to push the boundaries of toilet performance. But a woman in Australia has managed to top them all after riding a motorized toilet into the Guinness World Record books with a speed of 46 mph.

Fully embracing her new title of "porcelain princess," 31-year-old Jolene Van Vugt, star of the extreme motor vehicle stunt show Nitro Circus, ascends to the throne after dumping the previous record of 42 mph, set in 2011 by Edd China in Italy, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.

According to the publication, Van Vugt's attempt Wednesday at the Sydney Olympic Park was almost canned when the chain on the toilet mounted go-kart kept slipping, and engine blockages proved troublesome.

However, after a few pit stops all was sorted out and her accomplishment was captured on video and posted to YouTube.

GWR officials still have to certify the effort, but Van Vugt said the experience has left her flushed with excitement.

"I've broken Guinness World Records before but I never thought I'd be the fastest toilet rider in the world,'' she told the newspaper.

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