For me a trip to Nando’s is a guilty pleasure, but the loos in the Westfield (the big London shopping centre) were the most poorly designed I’ve ever had the misfortune to witness.
I hope the photo I took (I know photographing toilets is a bit strange, but you need to see it to understand) does the horror justice. If you look closely you will see that the loo seat has a water motif and trapped within the plastic seat are air bubbles designed to look like drops of water.
Now if you forgive the bluntness, one of the great problems of male public loos is the fact they often have genuine splashes and drops all over them, but sadly they’re not water.
The fact this loo tries to mimic that means it is impossible to tell whether it is already wet. Simply hideous. Why do companies do this to their customers?