I opened our front door yesterday evening to find this parked on the nature strip next to our house:
My theory is the toilet is a rabid environmentalist and has chained itself to the tree in order to stop it being chopped down by a thoughtless and uncaring council.
Here it is relative to our house:
Seriously though, I have no idea why it’s there. There was no warning of an impending toilet. No notice from the council that a toilet would soon be making an appearance on my nature strip. There is no construction going on around here, and there are public toilets just a half a block away at Nandos. Why oh why is there a portable toilet chained to the tree next to our house?
Best/most creative theory (is it realistic to stipulate ‘no toilet humour’?) wins a prize.