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Accessible toilets, previously known as handicapped toilets, are specially designed to accommodate those with physical disabilities or mobility issues.
However, the design of one accessible toilet in a building in the east side of Singapore, however, gives new meaning to its name.
Window into toilet
One TikToker recently brought attention to the baffling design of an accessible toilet on the ground floor at Pavilion Square, a mixed-use development that comprises commercial retail and residential developments along 345 Geylang Road.
The property was completed in 2018, according to EdgeProp.
via abir hossain/ Google Maps
A window on the exterior wall of the building allows anyone outside to have a clear view of the inside of the accessible toilet.
The fire hose reel cabinet also provides a perfect stool for Peeping Toms to stand on and have a peek in.
@ericgbt #disabled #toilet #design #fails ♬ 芭比q了 – 邓家忠
Most commenters reacted with shock, while some urged the TikToker to report it to the building’s management.
From one of his comments, it appears that the TikToker had reached out to the National Environment Agency about his observations.
Mothership has reached out to Pollux Properties, the developer behind the building, for more information, and will update this story when they reply.
Top photo from ericgbt / TikTok
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