Former District Hospital Thurles. This toilet is used by patients in the mental health services day hospital. Whilst it’s highly unlikely that any of the construction staff would invade the privacy of patients, you’d think the HSE would at the very least put up some blinds or a blackout window film temporarily (€4 avg Lidl and Aldi). I don’t think it’s going to break the bank to do this…
Rathgar, Dublin 6.
Thanks Sauvingon Blanc
Smallmans (!) supplies, Sallymount Avenue, Ranelagh, Dublin 6.
Tuam’s superloo – dubbed the town’s cut-price love nest because it’s used by canoodling couples – could be an early St Valentine’s day present for Oranmore. County Councillor Donagh Killilea (FF) has proposed that Tuam Municipal District gift the public toilet at The Shambles car park in Tuam to the Oranmore/Athenry Municipal District.
(H/T: Frank Yoka)
(Photo: Johnny Ryan Photography)
University Hospital Galway
Dara Bradley, in the Connacht Tribune, reports:
A woman lay dead, undiscovered for up to 10 hours, in the toilet of a city hospital.
The deceased, believed to be a Polish national, was eventually found in a disabled toilet on the ground floor adjacent to the Emergency Department of University Hospital Galway.
The woman was not registered as a patient of the hospital, or the Emergency Department. It is understood she was a member of the public, and entered the building without the knowledge of hospital staff. A probe is underway into the death.
It is understood she may have fatally hurt herself, possibly accidentally, while inside the toilet and the alarm wasn’t raised until 10 hours later when it was being serviced.
The toilet was locked from the inside, a hospital source said.