Beijing Puts a Limit of Two Flies in Public Toilets

by Kathy Jones on  May 24, 2012 at 8:43 PM Lifestyle News
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Public toilets in Beijing will undergo thorough cleaning after the capital's municipal committee framed new guidelines which include a two-fly limit for toilets in public places.
 Beijing Puts a Limit of Two Flies in Public Toilets
Beijing Puts a Limit of Two Flies in Public Toilets

The unusual rule applies to lavatories in parks, railway stations, airports, hospitals, malls and supermarkets in the capital, said the Beijing News on Wednesday.

More conventional demands from the municipal committee in charge of the image of the city include an order that there is no accumulation of urine or water in the capital's public toilets and that bins aren't overflowing.

It is not clear if failing washrooms will be punished and if so how.

Beijing has launched several campaigns in the past to improve its numerous public toilets, especially before the 2008 Olympics.

Source: AFP

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