Delhi men speak out

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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

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