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June 25, 2021

Suspicious loo roll

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I’ve had my suspicions for years. Now that I’ve finally got off my butt and done my homework, I’m able to confirm the worst.

You know those big toilet roll holders they tend to have in public toilets? Careful measurement shows that those rolls are a mere 85mm wide compared to just under 100mm for your normal domestic variety. This is an almost 15 per cent deficit ripped off again.


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1 COMMENT

  1. Confirmation that M. Anderson can ,sort of, make a sensible Statement .

    Did he get help from his good mate , the Green’s Mayoral wannabe in this deep research ., I have my suspicions

    Also , Well done to the Echo for being brave enough to publish this essential scientific research.! The science is now PROVEN. !

    The protest will be organised for the week after next ,OUTSIDE , of the Council Chambers to rectify this public injustice whilst the Council is in session . !

    Inside in Chamber doesn’t appear to be an option .

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