Okay, so the urge to pee is something that can come to you anytime. Even when you are on the streets shopping or in the middle of a very important lecture in the classroom. The public toilets come to our rescue then. So while you sit inside the public toilet, tell me how many times have you wondered why the doors of public toilets always have some space in the bottom? Definitely, many times. But first, let us tell you it is not just some architectural design, it has got some genuine reasons behind it. So let us answer this question for you.
Public toilet may not be the right place to indulge in some frisky activities but it is probably the second most common place (after public gardens) where couples involve in some intimate stuff. The stall doors at the public loos prevent such behaviour.
Not just sex, there are other inappropriate activities that some people get indulged in inside public toilets. This includes acts of vandalism, drug abuse, alcohol consumption etc. The space below ensures that people refrain from doing any such activity in the public toilet.
You know how kids are and how every other day they keep on getting into some trouble. What if your little one decides to lock himself in the public bathroom, accidentally or intentionally? The space at the bottom ensures safety of your kid and makes it easier to get them out if in case they ever get locked inside.
If someone faints inside the toilet while the door is locked, they can be easily rescued from the space that is below. There can be situations when the toilet paper inside gets exhausted just in time when you need it. With there enough space at the bottom you don’t have to worry about embarrassing yourself.