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1,500 rolls of toilet paper had been consumed in just 7 days in a public park in southwest China, after the park started providing free toilet paper for visitors, a local newspaper reports. A washroom cleaner in the park said she often saw people stuffing wads of toilet paper in their pockets. At other times, whole newly installed rolls were gone after only a few visits. Not only was toilet paper targeted – a hand soap dispenser was stolen from the wall in a toilet the day after it was installed, the report said. The toilet paper is delivered for free, but is it alright to take roll of it from public toilet?


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Gosh I don't use toilet paper in public rest rooms.  They are normally cheap & may contain lots of bacterias

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teatree16 Post time: 2017-4-17 19:48
Gosh I don't use toilet paper in public rest rooms.  They are normally cheap & may contain lots of b ...

I do my utmost never to use public toilets full stop.

There would be far more bacteria on the door handles, toilet seats and even tap's.




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Of course its not ok to steal toilet paper. Such behavior should carry a minimum 3 evenings with KBAY
if you want something in life get off your backside, and do it yourself!! don't rely on others to do it for you

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No wonder the Chinese ruling few cannot rein in the Chinese consumers' bad habit of collecting free plastic bags and littering China to death. It is nearly the same problem: every Chinese takes as many plastic bags as they can grab whenever they do some shopping.

The victims of this may be the hotels, restaurants and shopping malls that all are under obligation ot keep toilet facilities open for the public but another group of victims are the international visitors who are taken unawares of the rationale behind Chiense toilets that have NO TOILET PAPER.

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It is comparatively easy to develop industries, manufacturing and business, but social development takes much longer. China is no exception. Only in the last few years are there signs that Chinese subjects are changing their habits for the better. Children are being educated to behave in socially acceptable ways, often against the prevailing habits of their parents. Patience and understanding is needed alongside education and example.
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teatree16 Post time: 2017-4-17 19:48
Gosh I don't use toilet paper in public rest rooms.  They are normally cheap & may contain lots of b ...

Chinese supply toilet paper in public toilets that new

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