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M’sians Share Stories of How VIPs Have Special Toilets at Certain Public Areas, Sparks Outrage

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In Malaysia, there appears to be selective and preferential treatment whenever it comes to VIPs.

Although they are considered as an ‘important’ person, surely it shouldn’t give them the right to be able to cut queues at mosques and even on the road.

However, it seems that it goes even beyond that. Recently, a tweet by Zayn, went viral after he had asked why Malaysian society seems to accept how there are designated toilets for VIPs.

 

Zayn’s tweet included a picture of toilet stalls with labels on it designating it to only be used for certain people.

 

Netizens share experiences of how normal this is

Zayn’s tweet has garnered plenty of attention and currently sits on over 2,507 likes and 1,140 shares. In the comments section, netizens shared how normal this practice really is.

Even the mosque at my village has a VIP toilet. At first I was shocked as well,” commented one user.

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Another user highlighted that this is the norm at mosques which often have VIP labels stuck to the door of a toilet which is locked.

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Some wondered what makes a VIP toilet so special in the very first place? “Do VIP toilets use Evian water,” asked one user. Another netizen wondered what the difference is as all public toilets smell bad in the first place.

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Meanwhile, some users pointed out that these types of separations have long been engrained into our society, pointing to the example of schools which have separate toilets for teachers and students.

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“There’s no need to look very far, even the teachers and students toilets at schools are like the sky and earth. The teacher’s toilets are kept clean whilst students’ toilets are dirty, which they blame it on the students,” said a user.

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What do you think of class or ranked based toilets? Should such practices be abolished? Let us know in the comments.

 

Also read: 2 Fast, 2 Many VIP Convoys: M’sians Share Funny Take On Latest VIP Convoy Sighting in KL

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