Public toilets near the Fleming Park Leisure Centre in Eastleigh have recently suffered extensive vandalism-related damage, a media news report on the matter was able to reveal.
Staff from Fleming Park Leisure Centre in Passfield Avenue, Eastleigh, became aware of a group of youths, believed to be aged between 13 and 15, outside the toilets near the pool who ran off when staff approached.
A member of staff noticed damage to the men’s toilet, including a tile that had been broken off the wall, paint chippings on the floor and damage to the underside of the toilet paper dispenser.
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