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A situation, that, can simply not be ignored, and if ignored, only leads to a despairing scenario where every thought and fibre of your being is occupied by riveting toilet thoughts. Alas, the fact that humans need to perform toilet functions in order to survivor is inconvenient at best. The need to release our bowels and bladders constantly interrupts our daily lives. But if you thought finding a dark alleyway or a secluded tree for a sneaky moment to take a tinkle was your solution, then you might want to think again.
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Taxi drivers have been accused of using the small lane beside his variety store in Sutherland as a toilet for more than 11 years. The NSW taxi industry must adhere to legislation enforced by the state government, although Transport for NSW does not provide rest centres for taxi drivers. A spokeswoman for Transport for NSW said: "Taxis and taxi companies are privately owned and so responsibility for amenities rests with those companies. Sutherland police said taxi drivers had access to toilets at Sutherland railway station and a hour petrol station.
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Taking the piss: 'serious' misconduct in the Australian Public Service
Want the latest political news and analysis delivered straight to your inbox? Sign up to our FREE newsletter. A restaurant worker has told how a laneway beside his workplace was used as a public toilet as hundreds were slammed for their boozy and non-social distancing weekend antics in Dublin city.
A Perth university student who received a conviction for urinating in public has had the black mark struck from his record after winning a Supreme Court appeal. Darcy Costello, 19, was charged after police caught him urinating in a Northbridge laneway on February He told police he "just needed to go" after he was dropped off in Northbridge after a University Football Club dinner, and the toilets at the nearby Aberdeen Hotel had long queues. But because Mr Costello was not present in court no application was made for a spent conviction order. Mr Costello, who coaches water polo at his former school and is studying construction management and economics, appealed against the conviction in the Supreme Court, arguing it would have a prejudicial impact on his career prospects.