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Public toilet becomes famous after being named in MP’s statement

A public toilet has unexpectedly become famous overnight after being namechecked in a statement made by a disgraced Conservative MP.

The toilet, located in London’s Kings Cross station, was named by Mark Menzies MP as the location where he first met the “bad people” who would later cause him such trouble, locking him in a flat until a ransom was paid to secure his release.

Menzies said he couldn’t be specific about which stall he was in, only that it had a hole in the dividing wall “at about waist height”.

Reg Prescott, who has cleaned the toilet for 15 years, said that its sudden fame had led to a lot of new people coming there. “Though none of them wanting to use it as a toilet, funnily enough.”

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