"In June, Schultz admitted
that he was considering walking back the open bathroom policy, as it
was encouraging an influx of people “coming in who use our stores
as a public bathroom.” Schultz went on to say that “we have to harden
our stores and provide safety for our people. I don’t know if we can
keep our bathrooms open.”"
Apparently having a free bathroom attracts shitty people, kek.
Would public versions of other rooms in your house attract cruddy neighbours? Free dining room? Free bedroom? Free kitchen? Might be major on "free" and minor on bathrooms being crappy.
"Ascended aside" is my term for the phenomenon of an apparent minor tangent outshining the whole rest of the article. That part's useful, and the rest isn't.