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Would you use a disabled toilet if you weren't disabled? watch

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    At work we have unisex toilets (each has a lock on the door so they're all private), two regular cubicles and one disabled cubicle.

    I was on my way to the toilet and someone (who was not physically disabled) went in in front of me - all three cubicles were clearly vacant as the doors were wide open with no-one in any of them, yet the person chose to use the disabled toilet instead of one of the others.

    I've noticed it a couple of times now. It's not even like the disabled one is luxurious or anything, it's the exact same cubicle just a bit wider and with a handrail!

    Is it weird or am I weird for noticing?!
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