Police are investigating an explosion in the Weston-super-Mare public toilets on the resort’s beach front. North Somerset fire and police officers were called to the car park after reports of a small explosion. There was damage to the walls, doors, windows and roof on inspection by the local crews sent to the scene, but there was no fire burning by the time they arrived. The police said officers are assessing the cause of the explosion.
Toilet Turnstiles have developed durable coin operated turnstiles – which are manufactured from graded stainless steel for ease of cleaning and maintenance – so that public conveniences are secure, to a good standard, and generate revenue. Since people are required to "spend a penny" to enter it deters casual wandering into the toilets and is a good way of preventing incidents of vandalism such as the one in Weston-super-Mare. Half height toilet turnstiles are ideal in this case as they provide speed and reliability while they do not compromise the safety and security of those passing through it.