Disabled toilets are great. They are so much bigger than regular toilets, they make great store rooms.
Two recent examples of us discovering this trend – we hired a public hall for our son and daughter’s joint birthday party. It was a public building in a relatively “right-on”, politically correct area and seemed to have everything needed for SA to not feel like a nuisance at his own kids party. Until we opened the door to the disabled toilet to find it stacked to the ceiling with trestle tables and fêtey stuff. Useless.
The same thing happened in the restaurant we booked for SA’s birthday party. The disabled toilet we had triumphantly confirmed was present, was made entirely inaccessible by virtue of the cacophony of catering equipment innocently stacked up in there gathering dust.
Never be tempted to re-use an empty plastic bottle you find in our car – there’s a very strong chance that it’s been used at some point for a surreptitious, wee-draining episode in a lay by , under a table or in a pub car-park.