Today we got wedged in the a ladies lavatory in Exeter. Someone mentioned Xmas in front of my wife who insisted we went Xmas Card shopping immediately because unless we send them now they won't get there in time despite my protestations the even the royal mail is not that slow . Our shopping was interrupted by a call of nature and we ended up in the ladies in what was laughably called the disabled cubicle .In transition from chair to throne with my wife in a tango like embrace we got wedged half way round -with a move that would have impressed the Strictly Come Dancing judges we made home base . Getting out required the combined skills of a mountaineer and contortionist . As I reversed out I bumped into two startled ladies and tried to pretend this was a normal place for me to be on a Saturday morning - not convincing .Whoever designed that loo had obviously never tried using one with a wheel chair and two people in the same space .Is there such a thing as Rough Guide to disabled loos ? If there is, please let me know as it would be invaluable .
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