Workman has done a poo in my loo.

(158 Posts)
Thingiebob Sat 16-Feb-13 13:27:23

DH is surprised.

Aibu for not having any strong feelings about this?

anonymosity Mon 18-Feb-13 03:59:32

Allthatgitters - YES! I did complain, especially as I was 7 months pregnant at the time and had to get down on my hands and knees and clean up the mess. They said "did you take a photo?"
This was 7 yrs ago, so no I didn't have a camera phone. I was VERY ANGRY. Must stop talking about it now, or I will get angry again. So silly...

Thingiebob Sun 17-Feb-13 21:29:52

It has been a while since we've had a good poo thead.

WhatKindofFool Sun 17-Feb-13 19:59:02

This thread has made me laugh out loud. Hilarious! Much better than the usual unpleasantries on AIBU

catladycourtney1 Sun 17-Feb-13 19:40:12

I once had a gas man poo in my loo, I didn't have a problem with it... But I discovered after he'd gone that he'd managed to absolutely cake the bog brush in shit. It looked like he'd just speared his turd with it and shoved it back in the holder. It would probably have been less gross if he'd just left it in the toilet.

ajandjjmum Sun 17-Feb-13 14:22:51

Wow - and she came every week. She must have a real problem (although no reason why she couldn't clean up after herself!!!)

BlackholesAndRevelations Sun 17-Feb-13 14:16:03

That's hideous chocolate! (but not as hideous as when I thought it was you telling your oh to shit in the garden, lol! Sorry!!)

It was a female customer.

Sparklingbrook Sun 17-Feb-13 12:14:30

shock chocolate. Nooooooo. sad

chocolateicecream Sun 17-Feb-13 12:11:43

The times that my dh has been told to use the garden as a toilet have generally been when he has been working in large country houses. It's usually the same people who make him park his van out of sight and he is told to enter the property via the 'trade entrance'. Another thing that is a bit rude is when he has been at someone's house for hours, they make themselves a drink in front of him and don't offer him one. How rude... but that's another thread.

ajandjjmum Sun 17-Feb-13 11:25:17

But who was it Sizzle? A randomer off the street, a supplier or a customer?

Knitted C - someone I know (very well!!!) had a similar problem with flatmates at uni constantly nicking his ribena. So he urinated in a bottle, and when it was gone, told them what he'd done. It's not happened since. Revolting person!! grin

BlackholesAndRevelations Sun 17-Feb-13 10:40:08

Ps sorry for the pun! grin

BlackholesAndRevelations Sun 17-Feb-13 10:38:57

Someone upthread (can't remember who) makes their HUSBAND poo in the GARDEN???!!!! what the actual fuck? A) that you tell him to, b) that he actually does it!! If I were him I'd tell you where to go. Also, who wants piles of steaming human shit in their garden? Please tell me that was a wind up......

It was a weekly visit for years! None if us had the courage to confront her to ban her from the salon. It took ages to work out who it was.

CalamityJ Sun 17-Feb-13 10:29:17

Thingiebob completely agree. We've all had toilet moments that haven't quite gone to plan shall we say but I'd never leave the toilet until all trace of my visit was gone! And to do it repeatedly like the salon customer just makes you wonder what their own toilet looks like...

Thingiebob Sun 17-Feb-13 10:22:58

Utterly grim!

It's the not cleaning up after yourself I don't understand.

I lost this thread and thought it had been removed, fab found it again.

Worried my story won't live up to expectations! blush

This will probably out me, as it's a fairly well known story.
Used to work in a posh salon where there was a v v tiny loo, for staff. No window, built into a corner.

Someone ( female and not staff) regularly did awful, pooing in the loo, on the loo seat everywhere, never flushed!! Left it there for all to see. It was so horrible. It took us ages to work out the offender. Even saying the loo was out of order didn't deter this person. She would sneak past us to use the loo.

One time we found the mess, we were in the middle of cleaning it up whilst gagging, and she pushed us out of the way to create more mess.

I understand the "if you've got to go ibs thing", but why not flush or attempt to clean up your mess. We all felt this was a behaviour thing, as she was only in the salon for 5mins.

But the worse time was when we found she had used the bin in the tanning cubical for her liquid shit!

My point was that it's not only men who have weird poo behaviour.

Thingiebob Sun 17-Feb-13 09:53:07

I can't believe anyone would decline someone the use of a loo and tell hem to use the garden. How mean and rude!

hwjm1945 Sun 17-Feb-13 08:29:31

Not posted for ages,friend went to view a flat to buy with another friend,friend two,who was not prospective buyer asked seller if she err could use loo as nd proceeded to do massive smelly poo. Smell so bad it was all around small flat in seconds.

allthatglittersisnotgold Sun 17-Feb-13 08:21:49

Omg anonymosity, did u complain?

anonymosity Sun 17-Feb-13 04:49:37

I once went back to my empty flat after the removal men had left it to find they had 1) spilled a tin of beer on the carpet and 2) puked next to the loo and not cleaned it up.

KnittedC Sun 17-Feb-13 01:43:05

My uncle lived in the grottiest student house imaginable in Bradford in the late eighties where all the residents would routinely steal each others' food. One (female) housemate was so incensed by this that she did a poo on a dinner plate and left it in the fridge.

I do and have done various jobs that involve walking the streets eg market research surveys and leaflet distribution. It's pretty grim when you need the loo in unfamiliar territory and don't know where to find one. I did once poo in someone's house when I was doing a survey (in the loo, of course, not the fireplace/kettle/spare bed) but luckily they had a good air freshener in the bathroom.

VivaLeBeaver Sat 16-Feb-13 23:21:42

There used to be a poo on the wall smearer at my ex place of work. They didn't draw poo penis though sadly, just smears.

VivaLeBeaver Sat 16-Feb-13 23:19:48

I blocked a toilet in a posh hotel this morning and had to use the teaspoon in the room to chop it up.

whatsmyshibboleth Sat 16-Feb-13 23:12:26

I'm a in the building industry and 5 months pregnant, I work on site lots and the tight arse builders quite often don't bother with portaloos. I can usually hold it in but lately need to go quite quickly. I've managed to narrowly avoid having to go in the garden (in the snow) a couple of times recently and hung on till the local pub opened. If I go back there and get caught short I've got plenty of inspiration on here as to what I can do with it.
I've never been denied use of a customers toilet but recently a one asked us to use the "workers toilet" (workers didn't include her gardener, house keeper, cook, plumbers, decorators or interior designer BTW). It was the most god awful loo I've ever been in (and I've been to France), needless to say I now just sneak into one of the 5 that are in the house. wouldn't mind leaving a poonis on her bathroom wall, snooty cow.

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