Scottish University is Forced to Remind Foreign Students Not To Poo in the Shower

I know this must have happened to you a million times.  You enter the shower and step in a pile of human feces.  Fortunately, you are already in the shower where you can wash it off.

Strathclyde University has had to send out letters to 400 students and 250 staffers, reminding them that they should refrain from pooing in the showers and bins and suggests they use the ample bathrooms scattered around the university to take care of any bowel movement that comes along.

The memo reads:

Students at one of Scotland’s top universities have been told off for pooing in showers and bins.

Bosses at Strathclyde University were forced to send a memo to the 400 students and 250 staff asking them to stop with their ‘inappropriate’ toilet habits.

The memo, posted on Thursday, was sent by the operations management team of the University’s Technology and Innovation Centre.

It read: ‘Given the incidence of people pooing in bins, showers and the likes, can I please remind all TIC occupants that the toilets have been provided for that specific purpose.

‘All bodily fluids, solids and toilet paper must be disposed of down the toilet.

‘While I appreciate that the TIC population is multi-cultural and different countries have different practices, here in the UK the accepted practice is to use only the WC.’

I know what it’s like to come from a backward country because I grew up in the Appalachian Mountains.  People always think that because I come from the Appalachians that I am married to my sister and I have seen a UFO.  This is not true.  I’m only dating my sister and I couldn’t swear it wasn’t a weather balloon.  But I have a suggestion for Strathclyde University.

Set up hollow logs around the campus and allow the foreign students to use them instead of the shower.  They are cheap, easy to use and when they get full, all you have to do is kick the shit out of them.

H/T The Mail Online


Steven Ahle

I have been the editor and writer for Red Statements and The PC Graveyard. Won the 2014 FJN Journalist of the Year Award. Author of six fiction books available on "I am a troll bridge. You can cross me but you will pay the price"

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