The Thailand Infrastructure Facebook Page shared pictures of the Chatujak Van Terminal toilet online for Netizens to see on the 21st of this month. It has been less than one year since the New Chatujak Van Terminal opened up for the public. The toilet was designed to be modern with air conditioning for customers to enjoy with the hopes to elevate the new terminal to be different from other van terminals in Thailand.
Sadly, the intentions of the builders were destroyed with the greed and selfishness of some people. Thailand Infrastructure stated in the post, “Let’s just give a moment of silence to the public toilet at the Chatuchak Van Terminal. It has been less than a year since the official opening of the terminal and this is what the toilet looks like now. The terminal opened for business on the 1st of August 2018. The terminal that was seen as beautiful, modern, and comfortable, is now a memory of the past.
Today, some followers reported to the page that the air conditioning was not turned on and the toilet is as seen in the pictures. All the water taps are nowhere to be found near the toilet sinks, most of the toilets are broken beyond repair and have been covered with plastic bags. The toilets that are still usable have no toilet covers, terrible to use.”.
The pictures definitely explain the situation perfectly. One of the urinals in the men’s bathroom is covered with a black garbage bag. The toilets have no toilet covers, it’s up to the users to figure out how they will use the toilet without getting germs all over their body. The floor is wet because some people insist on using the bidet sprayer found in public bathrooms to wash their feet leaving the floor dirty and wet.
All of the automatic stainless steel taps at the toilet sink are gone. This is certainly confusing as the question remains unanswered, how and why would someone steal public toilet water taps? Especially electric taps that could electrocute them while removing it.
FB Caption: All the water taps are nowhere to be found near the toilet sinks, most of the toilets are broken beyond repair and have been covered with plastic bags. The toilets that are still usable have no toilet covers, terrible to use.”.
Source: MGR Online, Facebook Page: Thailand Infrastructure