- A viral photograph of an outlandish bathroom notice has left many South African employees wholly disappointed
- The bathroom notice gives users a time limit and further states that if an odour is left behind their names will be recorded
- Saffas could not believe their eyes and hit back with strong retorts with one user saying it is in contravention of labour law practices
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A snap of an odd bathroom request at a company has Saffas frothing at the mouth. Anti-capitalist @JoshuaPotash took to Twitter to upload the pic that restricts toilet users’ use and threatens to defame them should they not adhere to outrageous regulations.
The post received a massive amount of likes and reactions from online users.
@JoshuaPotash captioned the pic:
“Nah this is one of the most invasive things I’ve ever seen.”
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“My constipated ass trying to squinch out a pebble before the boss comes in to take a wife.”
“Employees must make it stink before returning to work.”
“Imagine being the employee who had to go do the smell check.”
“Boss busting down the door like.”
“I gotta be taking a shit with the strap now.”
“Imagine being the dude who gotta do the Stink Check every 10 min.”
“this has to be a fetish.”
“Every woman that's faced with misogynists day in day out thinking 'Bitch my tears don't stink'".
It's a no from us: Mzansi reacts to pic of bizarre bathroom design
A picture of one just surfaced on the internet - and many South Africans can absolutely not deal with how bizarre the design is.
In the picture, which was originally shared on Twitter by @HerDreadsRock and then reshared by @SisipoTheGuy, the bathroom (covered in wooden panelling) also features a toilet that has been widely likened to a throne.
If you're wondering where the throne comparison comes from, it probably has a lot to do with the fact that one literally has to climb a few stairs to eventually get to the toilet.
Source: Briefly News