Filth in testing ground toilets disturbing

2015-08-27 06:01

LAST Tuesday my wife went to Port Shepstone to have her car licence renewed. I drove to the car park just in front of the testing grounds to wait for her. I needed to go to a toilet and saw a brown building resembling one.

As I approached I sensed this awful smell coming from it. What I then saw repelled me. The whole place was filled with human faeces about 300mm deep on the men’s side.

I then walked over to the ladies side, hoping that it would be better. Alas, exactly the same.

This must be a major health threat to the whole of Port Shepstone.

Please take drastic action on behalf of all clean loving citizens.

G. Odendaal


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