Several public toilets in Lincolnshire have adversely affected by anti-social behaviour, forcing local authorities to close them down, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.
The East Lindsey District Council revealed on Saturday, June 13, it was forced to shut toilets in Coningsby after they were left in a sorry state by yobs.
The baby change unit was torn off the wall, while dispensers and and toilet roll holders were smashed.
Officials described the the people behind the attack as ‘mindless’ in a statement issued online.
And less than 24 hours later, district bosses have been forced to close another set of toilets after they too were wrecked by vandals.
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