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Tech University Sends Memo Instructing Foreign Students Not to Poop In Showers and Trash Bins

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Strathclyde University TIC

Some of the foreign students at Strathclyde University’s state-of-the-art Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC) come from such primitive cultures, they don’t know how to use a toilet.

The University, located in Glasgow Scotland, had to send a memo demanding that scholars should stop pooping in trash bins and showers.

The memo was sent out by the facility’s operations management team via email and it instructing everyone that only the toilets are to be used for bodily waste.

Daily Mail reports:

Students at one of Scotland’s top universities have been told off for pooing in showers and bins.

Bosses at Strathclyde University were forced to send a memo to the 400 students and 250 staff asking them to stop with their ‘inappropriate’ toilet habits.

The memo, posted on Thursday, was sent by the operations management team of the University’s Technology and Innovation Centre.

It read: ‘Given the incidence of people pooing in bins, showers and the likes, can I please remind all TIC occupants that the toilets have been provided for that specific purpose.

‘All bodily fluids, solids and toilet paper must be disposed of down the toilet.

‘While I appreciate that the TIC population is multi-cultural and different countries have different practices, here in the UK the accepted practice is to use only the WC.’

‘The cleaners are sick of coming across poo and used toilet paper in places it just shouldn’t be.’

An insider told the Daily Record that they ‘couldn’t imagine’ the bizarre problem as a place as high-tech as the TIC.

They added: ‘The building houses some of the most intelligent brains in the world – yet they don’t appear to know how to use the toilet.

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