Woman accuses tradesmen of ‘illegal act’ for taking her new toilet’s ‘virginity’ in furious note – but was she right?

A LIVID homeowner has blasted her tradesmen for ‘taking the virginity’ of her pristine new loo while working on her house.

Ranting about their behaviour in a handwritten note taped to the bathroom wall above the toilet, she claims she had to scrub poo from the toilet TWICE after the workmen failed to clean up after using the loo.

“Not only did you take the virginity of our toilets but you disrespectfully ignored the seal sign, ripped the tape and continued to use it,” furious Australian homeowner Nadia slammed her tradesmen in the aggressive note.

“This is the second time I am cleaning your s*** from the toilet.”

She even goes on to claim “this is a criminal act” and warns the tradesmen “please don’t do it again”.

The furore was unveiled on Facebook, after she posted a picture of her blunt note in Sydney’s local Everything Sutherland Shire group.

The scathing letter points out “the toilets in this house are NOT rightfully yours to use”.

The angry resident says she had paid for an outdoor toilet for her tradesmen’s use, and it’s clear she’s outraged at having her new loo christened by a contractor.

It’s a controversial subject, sparking heated discussions across online forums as to whether having a poo in a client’s loo is crossing the line.

Social media users were quick to rally around Nadia, with one agreeing that “using and abusing a client’s new toilet is crossing the line”.

“Fair's fair though, if you're going to use a customer's porcelain saxophone the least you can do is flush and clean the thing,” wrote another.

But others were keen to defend the tradesmen, pointing out the note came across as “passive-aggressive”.

One workman said even if a customer provides an outdoor toilet, “I don't think you should be forced to have to use the portaloos”.

“Just because I work in dirtier conditions than most doesn't mean I should have to crap in a filthy hot box that's not cleaned enough,” he added.

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