Dutch trains turn to plastic bags over toilets

Source: CBCNews

TrainspottingDesperate times call for desperate measures, and if you really have to use a toilet on the Dutch railway system, the answer may lie in using a plastic bag.

Dutch Railways (NS) says it is making special plastic bags available on short-distance trains for people who really need to go to the washroom, according to the Dutch daily newspaper the Telegraaf.

Train passengers can ask the driver for a bag that is easy to close and made of degradable plastic, and then go into the driver’s cab to do their thing.

Dutch Railways says the bags will only be given to people who cannot wait until the next station to use a toilet, says the newspaper.

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