2019-10-18 17:43:43 UTC
"Visitors to the U.S. really, really, really don't appreciate American-style bathroom stalls. Several online forums have been devoted to the mystery of why there's so much space underneath and around stall doors."
So, how exactly do security staff in other countries make sure no one's hiding in a stall when a museum or any other building has to close for the night? Do they just push open an unlocked door when they knock and no one answers? Granted, it's hard to imagine why a non-criminal WOULDN'T answer unless that person were unconscious, but still...