A public bathroom in any college residence hall is likely the least tolerable place on campus, but at least one Kent State student is circumventing that system. Like a truck driver tossing a "trucker bomb" out of the window, a Wright Hall resident is apparently pissing in bottles and tossing them in the dorm's public trash.
It was enough of a problem for dorm staff to send out an email to address it, threatening that the students were going to foot the bill if a "Hazardous Waste Team" had to be called in. Via a tweet from a Kent State student, here's this gem of an email:
We've recently learned that someone has been placing bottles of urine in garbage cans throughout the building. This is a health and safety concern and I wanted to communicate a few expetactions.
1. If you know who's doing it, let me know so I can follow up with an educational conversation and end the problem early-on. Please let someone know!
2. Bodily fluids, including urine needs to be handled with care (www.who.int). This can involve a containment team who would use gloves and proper disposal techniques required for such materials.
3. If the issue continues, the Department may bill part or all of the community for having to call out a Hazardous Waste Team for the...
Checkout the screenshot here:
The Daily Kent Stater recently published a story about shenanigans in the dorm and the costs that go with them.
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