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?

IAmLouisWalsh Sat 16-Feb-13 13:28:46

Did he flush?

mummybare Sat 16-Feb-13 13:29:08

Where did he expect him to do it?

sooperdooper Sat 16-Feb-13 13:29:16

YANBU, if he's in your house and needs to go, what is he supposed to do apart from go? As long as he flushed I don't see the problem!

Pascha Sat 16-Feb-13 13:29:17

Is that not what the loo is for? confused Better there than the sink.

Oh no. A poo in the loo thread. My favourite

Just going to get a cup of tea and some biscuits.........

MrsKeithRichards Sat 16-Feb-13 13:30:17

Could have been worse.

seeker Sat 16-Feb-13 13:30:36

Oh, ffs.

BluelightsAndSirens Sat 16-Feb-13 13:31:32

Did he leave a skid mark?

Does anyone remember the Ocado delivery man pooing in someone's toilet? Ocado Customer service posted on the thread asking the Op to get in touch to discuss it. shock

BelindaCarlisle Sat 16-Feb-13 13:32:02

oh ffs
cue mumsnet hysteria

catladycourtney1 Sat 16-Feb-13 13:32:03

I would be a little bit surprised, but then I am one of those people who can only poo at home. But I think it's more normal NOT to be surprised. As long as he flushed and didn't leave stains, and maybe opened a window then what's the harm?

gordyslovesheep Sat 16-Feb-13 13:32:12

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Why is your dh surprised? I thought that's what toilets were for confused

Explain your DH's surprise Thingie.

Sugarice Sat 16-Feb-13 13:32:46

AS long as he flushed and washed his hands I would have no strong feelings either.

If you've got to go you've got to go.

However, my dh is a plumber and works in other peoples houses, he would rather chew his own arm off than poo in someone else's loo, he would never ever go.

somewherewest Sat 16-Feb-13 13:33:15

These threads remind me of that scene in The Help where the white woman is going on about how African-American servants should have separate toilets because they have 'different germs'.

Chottie Sat 16-Feb-13 13:34:07

sparklingbrook The Ocado poo in the loo thread was one of the first threads I read after joining MN. I laughed so much and knew I had come home smile

They remind me of the scene in Dumb and Dumber where he has the squits in the broken toilet. grin

Thingiebob Sat 16-Feb-13 13:34:21

I don't care what he does in my loo but I am quite excited to start a poo in the loo thread.

I have very little on today...

It was brilliant wasn't it Chottie? And when Ocado came on we were all 'nooooo you will get him into trouble'. grin

gordyslovesheep Sat 16-Feb-13 13:35:42

would you rather he pooed in your garden?

Maryz Sat 16-Feb-13 13:36:30

I presume you are horryfyed, and apauled and discusted by his behaviour.

And I learned a new one the other day on a thread, so I will add:

I am outrayged and think his behaviour is dispeakable


Dannilion Sat 16-Feb-13 13:37:12

My DP is a 'workman'. He has IBS. He feels ashamed and embarassed in sometimes having to go in customers toilets, because of some of their unreasonable reactions to what is a natural bodily function that we all do.

But it's either than or shit himself. And quite frankly I don't have the money to sluice wash his clothes every day.

somewherewest Sat 16-Feb-13 13:37:59

Better there than the sink.

We had a mystery person poo in the sink in an old workplace of mine once. That was skanky?

Seriously, this is one of those things I never realised was an issue till I joined MN. Should we all carry those little doggy poo bags with us when we go to other people's houses?

Dannilion Sat 16-Feb-13 13:38:02

*that, not than.

Sugarice Sat 16-Feb-13 13:38:18

Dh had a colleague who was desperate for the loo while working in a customers house.

It wouldn't flush away, she came home while he was still trying to flush it, there was no loo brush to push it down either. grin bless him , he was mortified!

Your poor DP Dann, that must be horrible, if he has to go he has to go. IBS is evil.

manicinsomniac Sat 16-Feb-13 13:39:15

I'm one of those who wouldn't be the slightest bit concerned by anybody pooing in my loo BUT I would never poo in anyone else's loo myself because I'd be too embarrassed.

Thingiebob Sat 16-Feb-13 13:39:41

No window.

No toilet brush.

He did leave a mark. Discreet squirt of bleach sorted it out.

DH said he prob wouldn't poo in someone else's loo. He just shrugged and wandered off when pressed further.

The whole scenario has reminded me of a number of threads on here involving tradesmen and appropriate loo usage. I practically broke my neck to get online to post about it on here. smile

sooperdooper Sat 16-Feb-13 13:41:56

I never get people who say they can only poo at home surely if you need to go, you need to go? I can't hold it in!!

DizzyHoneyBee Sat 16-Feb-13 13:43:31

A workman once did one in the loo at my old house that was too big to flush away....I got my soon to be ex boyfriend to deal with it; in fact I think it might have been the same day grin

Megatron Sat 16-Feb-13 13:43:52

Bah, that's nothing!

My sister was rather dismayed when the man relaying the felt on her garage roof, shat on said roof. She knows this because she stuck her head out of the bathroom window to ask if he wanted a cuppa and caught him mid squat. I believe it was a rather awkward moment.

shock Megatron <puts chocolate digestives down>

cozietoesie Sat 16-Feb-13 13:44:32

It's not always straightforward. I have MH problems with people I don't know in my house. (I'm dealing with them.) But I had workmen I didn't know in my house to do work for the neighbours. (I had the only access.) It was a neighbourly oncession but the workmen used my private bathroom without asking. (If they 'd asked they'd have been referred downstairs.)

Sorry and all - but I don't want men I don't know peeing and pooing over my own space.

DizzyHoneyBee Sat 16-Feb-13 13:46:05

Sorry Megatron but [laugh] - there needs to be a smiley for laughing whilst drinking coffee at the computer.

Sugarice Sat 16-Feb-13 13:46:23

Megatron grin grin

lainiekazan Sat 16-Feb-13 13:46:28

I had to throw away a loo seat after a bloke had been to mend the dishwasher.

Megatron Sat 16-Feb-13 13:47:14

Yep Sparkling. I'm sure she was on the phone to me before the poor man got his trousies up. I'm afraid I wasn't as sympathetic as she'd hoped I'd be on account of the fact that I thought it was the funniest thing i'd ever heard.

Auntmaud Sat 16-Feb-13 13:48:14

This is hilarious!

Some of you are very erm, anal grin.

We all piss and shit, get over it.

DizzyHoneyBee Sat 16-Feb-13 13:56:57

Sorry Megatron but [laugh] - there needs to be a smiley for laughing whilst drinking coffee at the computer.

manicinsomniac Sat 16-Feb-13 13:58:49

superdrooper well if I really couldn't hold it then yes, I would go where necessary but I think most people without a permanent or temporary affliction can hold poo for a long time.

MajesticWhine Sat 16-Feb-13 13:59:40

The builder who did my bathroom would spend ages in the loo, evidently having a dump, almost as soon as he arrived in the morning. He chose the downstairs loo which is rather prone to blocking. I didn't judge too harshly - that's what it's there for.

Sugarice Sat 16-Feb-13 14:00:23

My dh has a sphinctor muscle made of steel grin, there's no number two coming out of there unless it's on his own throne. wink

Megatron Sat 16-Feb-13 14:00:53

My sister is terribly proper too Dizzy, I think she was traumatised for weeks afterwards. grin

Is there still a poo on her roof Megatron? The aerial man came here not long ago and now I'm wondering.......

FarBetterNow Sat 16-Feb-13 14:09:26

I know some joiners and gardeners who have a poo bucket in their vans.
I haven't asked how they dispose of the contents.
Maybe they line the bucket with a plastic bag.

landofsoapandglory Sat 16-Feb-13 14:11:22

Megatron that is funny!grin I read it to DH and he is disgusted!

thebody Sat 16-Feb-13 14:15:24

Its a toilet so errr its for wee and poo.??!!

If you got to go you got to go... Even the hired help..

hamdangle Sat 16-Feb-13 14:19:33

I know someone who is a brickie and they say that they have done a poo in the cavity walks of every house they've built! A friend if mine was helping him on a job and saw him sitting on the gap and doing it whilst reading the paper!!!

hamdangle Sat 16-Feb-13 14:19:54

Cavity walls! Sorry!

AgathaF Sat 16-Feb-13 14:22:44

I know some joiners and gardeners who have a poo bucket in their vans. - really??

Bloody hell!

BlackholesAndRevelations Sat 16-Feb-13 14:29:50

Pooing in wall cavities?! Noooooooo! WHY?! is it like signing your work?! <wondering if there's a poo somewhere within my house walls....>

StickEmUp Sat 16-Feb-13 14:30:55

If yo are employing them directly it is your responsibility to provide welfare facilities.
That sounded interesting!
Seriously, loo is for poo. Der

Thingiebob Sat 16-Feb-13 14:31:18

Pooing in wall cavities and on the roof?

Are these people animals?

NellysKnickers Sat 16-Feb-13 14:33:00

Yep, you line a bucket with a carrier bag, do your business, tie up bag and dispose. Quite clever really.

Faxthatpam Sat 16-Feb-13 14:33:11

This is so funny! Megatron grin
I used to have a piano tuner that pooed in my loo EVERY time he came to the house (about every 6 months, so not that often). It didn't really bother me but I did begin to wonder about it... quite odd, although he probably had IBS or something. It was always a real stinker.

Faxthatpam Sat 16-Feb-13 14:34:26

Cavity walls!? I wonder if he saw it a leaving his mark on the job?

shock Poo buckets in vans, pooing in cavity walls, poo on felt roof. shock

NellysKnickers Sat 16-Feb-13 14:35:15

Someone where DH used to work shat in the microwave, I've often wondered if they squeezed their bum in to do it or did it elsewhere then placed it in the microwave.

Megatron Sat 16-Feb-13 14:37:19

Nellys - what? WHAT?

Well that makes the garage roof shitter look positively civilised.

This thread has gone from amusing to WTF? Enough!

hamdangle Sat 16-Feb-13 14:38:50

I think he did feel like it was his signature. Disturbingly, he worked on my parents' house...

I also had a friend in school who delivered milk in the mornings and they got caught short and did a poo in someone's garden.

I think the one common denominator in these stories are that the crimes are all perpetrated by men. Animals!

I presumed he flushed and perhaps made an attempt to disapate any stray smells.
In this case YANBU

If he smeared it along the walls, used your best Egyptian cotton hand towels as loo paper and then killed your cat then maybe YABU

Not always men. I have a gruesome story, but really it is too vile to type.

Go on Sizzles see if you can trump the microwave poo. grin

Thingiebob Sat 16-Feb-13 14:42:15

Poo bucket is sad, are people really so inhospitable as to refuse to let workmen use their facilities?

Thingiebob Sat 16-Feb-13 14:43:10

Go for it sizzles - I have one which may rival it!

Megatron Sat 16-Feb-13 14:43:28

Sizzles Sizzles Sizzles (chanting)

You have to tell us now.

A friend of mine works for a cable installation company. They are not allowed to use customers toilets. He has shat into plactic bags on numerous rooftops.

hamdangle Sat 16-Feb-13 14:44:16

I have a maybe female poo story!

I used to work for a credit card company in a big posh office. the company had 24 hr phone line so people worked night shifts. one night someone had pooed on the floor of the women's toilets and wrote on the walls in their own faeces!!!

Guess what they wrote!

SIZZLES! Get back here and spill!

Megatron Sat 16-Feb-13 14:47:46

Er, 'I'm a dirty bastard?'

ham surprise us. sad

Hamdangle - "an wrote on the walls in their own faeces. Guess what they wrote?"

"The chamber of secrets has been opened. Enemies of the heir, beware."

??? PLEASE tell me they wrote this

Trills Sat 16-Feb-13 14:50:35

YANBU to not have any strong feelings.

It's a loo. That's what it's for. Pooing in.

Trills Sat 16-Feb-13 14:51:33

People who don't like others to poo in their loo, or who can't poo in any loo other than their own, or who in some cases can't poo if there is anyone else in the house - THEY are the ones who are BU.

Trills Sat 16-Feb-13 14:51:46

I think I just like how poo and loo end in the same nice oooooo sound.

Cornycabernet Sat 16-Feb-13 14:52:25

What did he write? A shopping list?
Wipes etc

hamdangle Sat 16-Feb-13 14:59:28

They drew pictures of willies!!!

I'd like to think that when I finally go mad and start to write on the wall in my own poo that I'll come out with something profound but failing that a picture of a nice big cock will do.

Ooh a poocock. Nice.

hamdangle Sat 16-Feb-13 15:03:41

A poonis

TheOriginalLadyFT Sat 16-Feb-13 15:04:12

Actually crying laughing reading this thread

Not sure which is worse, frequent poo in cavity walls <eyes builders currently doing cottage renovation with increased suspicion> or the microwave poo (which really seems indicative of some kind of suppressed rage against the ready meal industry)

TheOriginalLadyFT Sat 16-Feb-13 15:05:09

A s--t--niffy

TheOriginalLadyFT Sat 16-Feb-13 15:05:30

Doh strike through fail!

Thingiebob Sat 16-Feb-13 15:06:38

It was worth starting this thread just to learn about the poonis.

Megatron Sat 16-Feb-13 15:06:53

This is my favourite thread of 2013 so far. Excellent stuff. grin

TheOriginalLadyFT Sat 16-Feb-13 15:08:27

Hmm, it runs a close second to the recent thread about disgusting things MNers do that they'd never admit to in real life - which contained some frankly hilarious and disgusting things in equal measure grin

SoleSource Sat 16-Feb-13 15:11:28

I actually have popcorn!


SoleSource Sat 16-Feb-13 15:12:53

AND it is toffee people, my fave, I skid you not.

WireCatWhore Sat 16-Feb-13 15:13:52

Link to disgusting things mners do thread please!

No poo stories here.

anonacfr Sat 16-Feb-13 15:15:19

Where's Sizzles?

hamdangle Sat 16-Feb-13 15:17:46

Where's sizzles and thingie? I need to know what tops a warm microturd.

And another one for the link to band things mnetters have done.

Sugarice Sat 16-Feb-13 15:17:59

How do you poo into cavity walls unless you're spider man? confused

DawnOfTheDee Sat 16-Feb-13 15:18:10

Is the poo still there?

<runs in brandishing poo knife>

hamdangle Sat 16-Feb-13 15:24:50

Ha! he does it before the house is fully built! As he's building the walls up he does a poo in the gap and then it gets bricked up.

Sugarice Sat 16-Feb-13 15:27:13

ham that is truly vile!

DameFanny Sat 16-Feb-13 15:28:21

Marks place with poo

anonacfr Sat 16-Feb-13 15:29:22

It's like a pooey Edgar Allan Poe story.

zwischenzug Sat 16-Feb-13 15:32:32

You don't drive his van, why should he shit in your toilet?

Come to think of it, compulsory toilet insurance would resolve a lot of these problems.

ArielThePiraticalMermaid Sat 16-Feb-13 15:37:28

So bored of this subject.

People poo. So?

The Queen poos. The pope poos. The Dalai Lama poos.

Rooneyisalwaysmoaning Sat 16-Feb-13 15:44:03

I think the reason a lot of nicer men (not counting those with unfortunate issues, who are of course excused) wouldn't want to consider doing this in someone else's house is because they know on some level that it's territorial.

It is - seriously. I mean it doesn't have to mean that, but it is on some basic level a marking of territory. Just ask foxes, they won't come near your hens if your husband pisses round the perimeter. And just ask people whose EA ex partners come to their house, poo in their toilet, then take the kids for the weekend.

So there's more to it than just social horror.

ArielThePiraticalMermaid Sat 16-Feb-13 15:47:53

No there isn't because as humans, we don't shit to mark territory. We flush it away.

SoWhatIfImWorkingClass Sat 16-Feb-13 15:53:37

As long as he flushed, what is the big deal?

When you gotta go, you gotta go!

Rooneyisalwaysmoaning Sat 16-Feb-13 15:59:01

Well I disagreewith tta ariel - I think some people do use it in that way though they probably aren't aware of doing so. Not on a conscious level.
How else do you explain the reluctance to go in someone else's house, as expressed by a lot of people's DHs on here?

Molehillmountain Sat 16-Feb-13 15:59:56

Okay-so when we have building work done soon, I am assuming the guys will use the loo. Not usual practice?

sweetkitty Sat 16-Feb-13 16:06:26

We've recently had an extension built so loads of builders in and out the house, they would sheepishly come and ask to use the toilet, nice of them to ask but of course they can use the toilet, they are human beings and when you need you need. Would hate to think someone needed to go and didn't ask. I used to leave the door unlocked for them when I went out.

The Tesco delivery drivers even asked on occasion, it doesn't bother me, squirt of bleach and an antibacterial wipe job done, which I do every day with a toddler anyway.

TheOriginalLadyFT Sat 16-Feb-13 17:12:56

Revolting secret behaviour thread here

anonacfr Sat 16-Feb-13 17:21:03

The Queen poos???????

ShowOfHands Sat 16-Feb-13 17:26:52

My DH used to manage a hotel and seriously, you'd be surprised how many people poo in places other than the toilet. Poos in kettles, sinks, the bath, mugs, placed neatly atop the television, in the bed, in the bedside table. Anywhere really. Was a weekly thing, having to depoo a room. Hideous people.

I used to work in TK Maxx too whilst studying. People were always pooing in the changing room.

Latara Sat 16-Feb-13 17:40:55

I found a huge poo on a bookshelf at work (a hospital ward).

Someone put it there but it was a mystery never solved.

captainmummy Sat 16-Feb-13 17:42:31

can barely beleive that people poo in those places, Showofhands! Honestly.

I had an extension last year and it involved moving some drains. I wanted a big poo one saturday morning, so thought i'd get on quick before the builders came. Was a nice big, squishy one. Went outside and the young builder guy was crouched over the open draincover, doing something i don't knwo what. He can't have missed it float past.

I didn't knwo whether to ignore it altogether or blame it on the kids.

TheOriginalLadyFT Sat 16-Feb-13 17:57:23

showofhands there's only one response to to your post. WTAF!?

Shitting in the changing rooms? In the bedside tables?


susiedaisy Sat 16-Feb-13 17:58:02

Ooh excellent a poo threadgrin

allthatglittersisnotgold Sat 16-Feb-13 18:02:29

I once had an ikea delivery. Guy was here for 5 mins max. Asked to use the loo and did a poo. I wasn't happy. If a workman is here for a job fine, but come on 5 mins! Then I have to have a strangers arse and stink in my bathroom. Not on.

Geranium3 Sat 16-Feb-13 18:07:19

exactly how i feel, allthatglitters! Gross

DonderandBlitzen Sat 16-Feb-13 18:12:57

ShowOfHands shock God why on earth do people do that? I never realised it was so widespread that it would happen every week! It's not like they get to see the reaction of the people who find the poo. I did once see a big blood clot on the window sill of a loo. [barf]

Tamoo Sat 16-Feb-13 18:18:01

I had to poo in a hay barn once. I had a horse that was kept at a place with no human facilities. Actually looking back I'm not sure why I didn't just go down to the far corner of the field...guess it was warmer. Anyhoo, I picked it up afterwards on a spadeful of hay and threw it over a wall.

MariusEarlobe Sat 16-Feb-13 18:21:41

I worked in a medical legal office with secure entrance, someone smeared poo all over the walls in the ladies loo......

Thingiebob Sat 16-Feb-13 19:39:22

I don't care who does what in my loo tbh. I am quite happy for workmen to come upstairs and use the facilities.

I just wanted to start a poo thread because I find the hysteria on MN about loos and poos hilarious.

determinedma Sat 16-Feb-13 20:21:12

This really bothers people? Its a toilet. People shit in it. Get over it!

cozietoesie Sat 16-Feb-13 20:26:10

It's not what they do, determined. It's who they are. I have problems with strangers in my house and I'm sure others may have also.

TheOriginalLadyFT Sat 16-Feb-13 20:27:16

See I just don't get the smearing poo on walls thing. Wouldn't have to pick it up to do that? Surely no sane person could fish a poo out of a loo with their bare hands and smear it about?

Some of these stories are vile.

But next time the plasterer comes round, I will be sure to alert him to the fact that I am totally fine with him laying a cable in my loo, so long as he opens the window afterwards grin

Thingiebob Sat 16-Feb-13 20:28:32

It was actually a plasterer who pooed in my loo.

ArielThePiraticalMermaid Sat 16-Feb-13 21:47:51

What about strangers who you have asked into your house in order to do a job, cozie?

maddening Sat 16-Feb-13 22:09:21

There was a thread where the op made her father who was visiting clean his poo marks and was shocked that he didn't smile

anonacfr Sat 16-Feb-13 22:13:34

My loo, my poo.

chocolateicecream Sat 16-Feb-13 22:18:40

My Dh is really enjoying this thread. He has been declined the use of the loo and instead been asked to relieve himself in the garden on several occasions.

Schnarkle Sat 16-Feb-13 22:26:38

Now see I was fine mostly with this thread right up until your post maddening

Should people not be expected to clean up their own poo marks? If they don't have to clean up after themselves, who should do it?

I'll also confess to be like Thingiebob in that I practically shove the tesco delivery man into the down stairs loo so I can run on here and start a poo hysteria thread grin

ChairmanWow Sat 16-Feb-13 22:38:33

I got caught short on the side of a hill in Northumberland. It was rather bleak and there wasn't much vegetation to do the deed in so I had to collect some stones and build a little house for my poo so as not to offend other passing walkers. It looked quite cute (the house that is, not the poo).

foreverondiet Sat 16-Feb-13 22:39:52

Think many mad people on this thread - I don't care who uses our toilet - they won't have lower standards than ds1 age 6. If you need to go you need to go ffs.

CalamityJ Sat 16-Feb-13 22:51:08

We have a regular plumber who does a lot of work for us. He was at our house & I popped out for an hour or so. When I came back I went to the loo & there was a massive skid mark in the pan. Made me a bit [shocked] as there's a toilet brush & bleach next to the loo. I cleaned it up but did think it was quite rude. By all means poo in my loo if you need to; just don't leave me to clean up the mess!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

Omg anonymosity, did u complain?

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.

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!

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 10:22:58

Utterly grim!

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

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...

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.

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......

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

Ps sorry for the pun! grin

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

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.

shock chocolate. Nooooooo. sad

It was a female customer.

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!!)

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!!!)

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.

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

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

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

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...

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