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AIBU?

To tell guy at gym to not hang his dirty wet clothes in the sauwna to dry

8 replies

Wrongkeydonkey · 23/07/2017 21:12

He does it every time. Goes to the gym, then before going in the pool puts his shorts, t-shirt and towel in the sauwna taking up space and being unhygienic.

Why does he think this is ok? It's a sauwna for all members to use not a laundry drying room.

Aibu to ask management to speak to him?

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JigglyTuff · 23/07/2017 21:13

No of course not! That's grim Shock

AfunaMbatata · 23/07/2017 21:15

TBH the pool probably has urine, menstrual seepage, sperm and shit partials in. Unless you don't use the pool then I wouldnt complain on grounds of hygiene.

VivienneWestwoodsKnickers · 23/07/2017 21:17

Throw them out the door. Preferably into a puddle.

PenguinOfDoom · 23/07/2017 21:20

No, that's grim and you should 100% tell him it's not on. My gym has a sign outside the sauna telling people it's not for drying clothes and the changing rooms have signs telling people that photography is not allowed.

It does make me wonder what kind of people need to be told that it's not ok to take photos in a changing room or hang your wet clothes in a sauna but I guess there are idiots everywhere.

GodIsDead · 23/07/2017 21:23

YANBU...that is truly foul.

MsSusanStoHelit · 23/07/2017 21:52

Urgh. No that's not on at all. Tell the attendants everytime - take the clothes to them and have them deal with him.

TroelsLovesSquinkies · 23/07/2017 21:58

Eww thats grim. Pull them out and dump them in a pile.

Namechangetempissue · 23/07/2017 22:01

Pick them up and chuck them outside (preferably in a pool of floor water but hang if you must). Or hide them in a random empty locker and deny all knowledge when he returns (or do it and scarper).
Or if you are feeling sensible, speak to the gym manager and get her/him to sort it out.

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