This is scandalous. Few days ago, I found a toilet that is actually .... unisex! I am not joking. Look at the photo. This is not your typical dirty kopitiam cubicle; I am talking about a first-class lavatory with showering and "business" facilities.
I was a bit apprehensive on seeing the unisex label at the toilet entrance. Usually we see a unisex label on the cubicle of a public lavatory, with the wash basins outside easily accessible to people not using the lavatory facilities (like my dirty kopitiam example). Should I go in? This seems to good to be true, a full-fledged toilet that is actually unisex. I am actually given permission by the law to enter the traditional sanctuary of women. The pondering took only a few seconds. Curiosity got the better of me - if lucky, I might just bump into a lady coming out of the shower room, wrapped in only a towel.
Stop dreaming! Not a single soul was inside that day. This and the fact the toilet was spotlessly clean and didn't stink suggest to me the toilet is very much under-utilized. Probably not very well known too, a perfect setting for a quiz.
There is only one question I have for you:
- Where can you find this toilet in Singapore?