Have you ever visited a caffè, restaurant or fast food outlet with an intent to use the restroom? You may require a password to use the public facility for either a number one or two. To prevent or reduce the number of customers that use the facility, fast food outlets are now printing the public toilet pass code on the customer receipt. Customers will have to place an order before they are granted a pass code to use the facility.
This could prove challenging if your aim was to quickly visit the eatery or caffè to use the provided facility. You may also find clear signs on the door of the public toilet facilities stating: ‘Paying Customers to use Toilets.’ The sight of this notice may be concerning if your sole aim was to visit and use the provided facility. There are options to help you navigate this situation.
Options for dealing with a passcode-enabled toilet facility
Overall, these tips will help you cope with restaurants or fast food outlets that require passcodes to use the provided facilities.
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