Washrooms in Toronto businesses should all be open to the public, but perhaps some should be closed just to avoid the trouble of dealing with people urinating or defecating in the room.
A Toronto bar and restaurant manager who said he was assaulted by a drunk patron who used her cell phone to photograph the incident, was also confronted by a man in another bar who called 911.
The man on the call was arrested and charged with assault causing bodily harm.
Police said that the man who called 911 and assaulted the first victim was a former employee of the bar being investigated by police.
The alleged attack in the video above could have been much worse.
The manager in the video said he had been drinking when he walked outside of the room to find two men urinating and defecating in the washrooms of his bar on a Friday night.
He said he called 911, who gave him an escort to the washrooms and that was when things turned violent.
“I had been drinking and I was in my office, I was sitting down there,” said the bar manager. “One of the first things I noticed was that the room was full of people, I didn’t notice two guys sitting there, just people using the washroom.”
The manager said that when he returned he noticed that a man had appeared to be standing over him and was yelling at him to leave.
“He was kind of yelling at me and yelling at the door, so I opened the door and he was facing me,” said the manager. “He was trying to push me out of the door and he said ‘Get out of here, you’re not going to be able to get in.’ Then he took a picture of me, the camera was on the phone and he had a picture of me with my shirt kind of in my back and with the camera on the phone he took a picture of me.”
The manager said he had called 911 about the incident and that another man in