The residents of Biggin Hill, which is perhaps the the most English place name in the UK, are upset because the local transit agency has installed a massive outside rest room for its bus drivers:
Residents on a quiet residential road have complained after transport planners installed an 11-ft lavatory block for bus drivers outside their homes.
On Tuesday Transport for London (TfL) installed the lavatory block – dubbed the “Turdis” by angry residents – on a street in Biggin Hill, on the border of South London and Kent, amid claims that homeowners on the road were not consulted.
Local councillor Julian Bennington said that furious residents smashed its windows within hours of its installation earlier this week and that its lock is already broken.
He said: “People are very angry – it’s literally outside their houses.
“It’s a monstrosity dumped here – the size of it and everything else – in the middle of what is a residential area.
“We knew nothing about it as local councillors and the council didn’t either. Residents have now been asking about why they weren’t consulted.”
I don’t want to make fun of this situation, but a, “Turdis in Biggin Hill,” is simply too much to ignore.