Plans for the toilet facilities (above) in Bridgend, Wales included water jets to soak users if violent movement was detected

In Bridgend they need a new loo
But the council insists it’s not true
That a high pressure spray
To keep shaggers away
Is something they’re planning to do

John Moynes

Pic: RSC Architects

5 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Gabby

    One of the best pieces. Meanwhile the Dublin City Council is complacent and declines to replace several city centre public loos that have been closed down in recent decades. It also declines to open public bath houses where visitors can maintain basic hygiene.

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    1. Papi

      “It also declines to open public bath houses where visitors can maintain basic hygiene.”

      Alright, Caligula? See you down the forum later?

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  2. Free Comment

    There is a fierce amount of dogging going on at Dollyer and the beach is also regularly subject to sewage shutdowns when it rains. W

    Why is DublinCityCouncil welshing on a solution like this?

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  3. Termagant

    If someone and someone else were in canoodling while I was aching to relieve pressure a good hosing down is the least I’d wish on them

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