An Yishun resident, was shocked and appalled when he visited the restroom in Yishun North Point mall last week. To his surprise, the toilet bowl was flooded with toilet paper.
The toilet paper had been thrown into the bowl and blocked the drain, leading to water overflowing onto the floor. The man took a video of the incident and posted it on Instagram.
Video of toilet:
This incident has sparked debate among Singaporeans on the importance of social etiquette. Many have expressed their disappointment at the lack of manners displayed by the individual responsible for the mess.
“It’s so disrespectful that someone would do something like this,” said one netizen on the post. “It’s not only unsanitary, but it’s also a waste of resources.”
Others have called for more stringent rules to be enforced in public places. “We need to take this issue seriously and start educating people about the importance of proper etiquette,” said another netizen.
The incident also prompted a discussion on how to prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future. Some suggested the installation of motion sensors in public restrooms that can detect when someone is entering or leaving the restroom.
Others suggested that signs should be installed to remind people to be courteous and respect public spaces. “We need to put up signs in public bathrooms to remind people to clean up after themselves and respect the space,” said one netizen.
The incident has raised awareness about the importance of proper etiquette in public spaces. It is essential for all individuals to be mindful and respectful of the spaces they occupy. This includes not only public restrooms but also public areas such as parks, beaches, and other public spaces.
By being courteous and respectful to those around us, we can help to create a more pleasant and welcoming environment for all. As the saying goes, “Treat others the way you would like to be treated.”