A block of public toilets that had recently undergone a £30,000 refurbishment have been targeted by vandals and plastered with graffiti, a recent news report in the local media has been able to suggest.
The toilets in St Martin’s car park in High Street, Littlehampton, were targeted, with blue and red paint being sprayed all over the walls, toilet seats and sink areas in a “mindless act” of vandalism.
Adur District Council said the toilets, which had recently undergone a £30,000 refurbishment, would have to be closed again following the damage.
A spokesman said: “We are so disappointed and frustrated that the St Martin’s public toilets in Littlehampton were vandalised.
“Having recently spent £30,000 to refurbish these facilities, we now face more closure and more cost to sort this mess out.
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