Angry plumber protests with toilet “barrier” outside his home

When you are not happy about changes that the local council are implementing, what would you do? Complain? Write a letter? A US plumber has took it to extremes and making a big “stink” over the plans to change parking in his town by putting 17 toilets outside his property.

The Daily Mail report that David Linscott, a plumber from Maine in the USA, was so incensed that his town was going to shut the local elementary school and more people would be parking outside his house, that he put loads of toilets outside his house.

Mr Linscott has not put the 17 toilets outside his property to stage some sort of protest against the changes and says “he just wants to be heard.”

Extreme? Yes. Unless David Linscott has a hobby for collecting toilets and wants to showcase them to the whole of Maine, it’s a bit of a random thing to do. Surely putting some cones or a fence around his property would have done the same thing.

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Posted on March 25, 2011, in plumbing, Plumbing News, train4tradeskills and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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