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Poll: Should businesses open their toilet facilities to the public?

Businesses in Dublin are being asked to allow the public use their toilets – even non-paying customers – because of a lack of facilities in the capital.

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BUSINESSES IN DUBLIN city may have to allow members of the public – including non-paying customers – to use their toilet facilities.

Today’s Irish Times reports that the council has no money to provide no extra permanent facilities.

Businesses may be asked to allow the public use their toilets, but would be allowed to refuse entry “in exceptional circumstances”. It is not known if other cities will adopt this practice, but today we want to know what you think.

Should businesses open their toilet facilities to public?


Poll Results:

Maybe - in some circumstances (1550)
No - only to paying customers (1424)
Yes (902)
I'm not sure (722)




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