Durban metro cops' toilet dilemma

2015-06-01 17:07
(Jeff Wicks, News24)

(Jeff Wicks, News24)

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Durban - Durban’s Metro Police face insurrection at the city headquarters – with officers causing a stink over going over two weeks without toilet paper.

Several sources within the organisation, stationed at the headquarters or with knowledge of the situation, told News24 that it had been weeks since the toilet paper had run out and that any aspirations of having any supplied by the city had almost been flushed away.

One source, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisal, said that police officers had been instructed to bring their own toilet paper.

“The truth it seems remains stranger than fiction. It seems the police are in shit,” he said.

“For two weeks now, there had been no toilet paper for staff at Metro Police HQ. Members that complained were told that no internal report was received to identify the absence of toilet paper.”

“Members with decades of service don't ever remember a need to submit reports specifically to request toilet paper. In desperation the staff has now reverted to bringing their own with them to work,” he added.

The Metro Police have not responded when asked for comment.

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