Manchester's Not So Super Superloo

This is one of Manchester's so called "superloos" on Stevenson Square. Manchester City Council leases each one from JCDecaux at a cost of £28,000 per year. But lack of use-hardly surprising if this is typical-means that they only raise an average of £3,400 in revenue. Leaving the Manchester taxpayer to stump up the rest. Makes you glad not to be one of those, eh? Here's an idea: what with the shortage of public loos in Manchester, why not ditch the superloo and, with the saving, employ somebody to supervise a proper toliet?

Comments

RedNev said…
They'd have to pay me to use that.
RedNev said…
On 2nd thoughts, not even then.

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