Over the past four months, commuters in the area around Tokyo have been dealing with an unexpected surprise in the bathroom of their commuter train each morning. According to RocketNews24.com, train riders were disgusted to find that the toilet had been clogged with copious amounts of toilet paper and this continued for nearly four months!
Recently, the Otsukita Prefectural Police Force finally caught the commode-clogging individual and learned his methods for avoiding detection. The 61-year-old auto mechanic had grown disgruntled with his current occupation and began to take out his frustrations on train toilets. Every morning, he would take the first train departing for Tokyo from Omi-Imazu Station and would clog the toilet with toilet paper rolls.
After employees were put on high alert, one conductor spotted the man coming out of a bathroom at 5:30 a.m. When he was being questioned, a noticeable trail of water began to emerge from the clogged toilet stall and the jig was up!
While police don't currently know what to do with the suspected serial clogger, most riders want the man fined for ruining their morning commute. A public bathroom is already a questionable place - which is the worst one you've ever experienced?
Labels: Toilets and Bidets