Delhi men speak out
If you cannot aim and you are not a sharpshooter, then there is no shame in sitting down. If you see anyone not following the washroom etiquettes then you should stop him right there and tell him that it’s unacceptable. Sunil Sethi, president FDCI
Delhi men have a very poor sense of hygiene. When using the washroom, it is imperative that men maintain personal hygiene. Leave the washroom in such a condition that the other person can also use it.
Gaurav Gupta, fashion designer
Men, if you’re using the unisex bathroom then please, please don’t forget to lift and clean the toilet seat up. Also learn to aim; it is disgusting if you splash around.
Shiv Karan Singh, owner of Smoke House Grill
It’s awkward to engage in a conversation while you’re in the loo. People sometimes confuse the washroom to be their own private zone. When you are in the washroom, quietly go about your thing.
Jenjum Gadi, fashion designer
First of all, it is annoying that people take too long in the washroom either looking at the mirror or taking selfies. As a chef, I would say that washing hands is extremely important, it helps maintain hygiene.
Nishant Choubey, chef