What kind of “dirt bag” takes a whiz in an elevator?
Our subject story discusses a transit system elevator that is getting used more as a public toilet than an elevator. The situation became so bad they had to install a “urine detection” device, thus far resulting in one arrest and a much better smelling elevator.
But, I just have to ask . . . What kind of dirt bag takes a whiz in an elevator? Was there a “Porta Potty” sign affixed to the elevator door. Would they not have found the phantom pisser by watching the elevator video cameras? Were the “public restrooms” available for use? Wait a minute . . . Aren’t the elevators within the “paid” section of the transit facility?
Do you mean to tell me that the offending party was actually a “paid” transit rider? He bought a ticket to enter and use the elevator as a urinal. Really?
And now, because they have “urine detection” devices, are others going to think that the elevator was specifically made with the idea the it’s use as a urinal acceptable? No, I doubt it. Already the regular users too lazy to walk a few stairs are claiming the elevator smells just fine . . . until somebody farts.