Reminded that they can turn off the sewer.
The Irkutsk Northern Housing and Utility Systems Directorate installed a wooden cabin with a sign “Toilet for debtors” in the parking lot in front of a residential building on Rosa Luxemburg Street. Thus, public utilities reminded residents that they can turn off the sewer for their debts.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]The toilet is set as a reminder that utility services are not free, and there is such a measure of exposure as a plug.[/perfectpullquote]
According to a company representative, in a few days the “toilet” will be transported to another house, where debtors also live.
Earlier, Samara public utilities have already attracted media attention with non-standard measures of influence on debtors: they invented installing concrete “pyramids of shame” in the city, reminiscent of duty.