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UK University apologizes for telling foreigners to only poop in toilets

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Do you remember yesterday’s story about that UK University blaming foreign students for pooing in showers and dustbins? Well guess what! They immediately apologized as soon as they heard the word “racist”.

Why do these people even say those things if in 2 seconds after being called a silly childish name they apologize? Why don’t they have any courage to stand their ground and by what they said? What a bunch of cowards! So what does this silly apology even means anyway? That we’re all good now, foreign students can just go on and poo in showers and dustbins?

You can’t make this stuff up!

Narrative Collapse reported:

The University of Strathclyde is Scotland’s third largest University with students from all over the world. It used to be a very prestigious institute of higher learning. Now the University agonizes over how to tell foreigners to not poop in the shower without being racist.

The brand new Technology and Innovation Centre [TIC] has a problem with foreigners defecating in places other than the toilets. An e-mail was sent to students and faculty of TIC asking everyone to only defecate in the toilets.

The University of Strathclyde immediately issued a public apology for the e-mail. A University spokesman stated “We’ve apologized for any offense caused to colleagues. The email contained sentiments completely contrary to our institutional values and should not have been sent. It was recalled as soon as it came to our attention and we swiftly issued an apology to staff.”

TIC has many students and faculty from India, where “open defecation” is such a problem that UNICEF actually published a song and video begging people to stop defecating in the streets.

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