Thursday, June 07, 2007

Adults revert to being bold children

Note taped onto the back of the bathroom stall door at a building with keycard-controlled entry of the entrance, all doors, and all hallways:

Dear Client,

It is my intention to install security cameras in the toilets as a result of improper use of the main facilities. The cubicles in the 5th floor toilet areas were left in a badly soiled state on Thursday, Friday last week and again this Monday.

I can only say that the level of soiling was such that it beggars belief that somebody could leave an area in such a bad state.

We have completed a print out of door activity to this area today and note that all access was client based. The janitorial staffs have cleaned this area on the last 3 occasions and I would ask the party in question to cease this activity.

The positioning of these cameras will focus on the main cubicle doors and will not interfere with your privacy.

The Management

1 comment:

  1. I need to point out that if they can print out "door activity" and that it's all been client based, that means that it's a keycard-protected area...wouldn't it ALL be client based? No one could get in that area otherwise...I doubt they have guest keycards.

    But, as a woman (tho that part has been debated)....EEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW