No, it has nothing to due with the Mister PeePee, the chronic, chronicling jack-off artist with a penchant for pumpkin soy lattes. The reason that several of New York City’s 180+ Starbucks locations are closing off access to their restrooms is because of you.
Well, we mean that as the collective “you.” According to sources speaking to The New York Post, long lines and lack of employee-only facilities means that the chances your barista has been holding it in for five hours (and three shots of espresso) is disturbingly high.
The item cited locations at 45th Street and Sixth Avenue, Spring Street, and at 67th Street and Columbus Avenue as having reduced the number of their public toilets.
“They are not eliminating bathrooms, but feeling the pressure of more people,” the source told The Post. (Not to mention the bladders!)