Toilets cut, rise in prostitution… A Russian channel dramatizes the European energy crisis | TF1 NEWS

Toilets cut, rise in prostitution... A Russian channel dramatizes the European energy crisis |  TF1 NEWS

Toilets cut rise in prostitution A Russian channel dramatizes the

Between approximations and caricatures, he then depicts a Europe in turmoil. Among the most striking examples is the one given by the journalist Yuka Royer. In her report, she indicates that in Finland, “they decided to teach children in nurseries and schools to use plastic bags instead of toilets, in case there were power cuts in the country”. A statement that refers to a subject published in particular by the Yle, Finland’s national public broadcaster. We actually learn that a directive from the capital Helsinki, intended for the youngest and their teachers, provided for a “way to dispose of excrement in the event of a power outage during the winter”, the toilets cannot necessarily be filled with water in these cases. However, this directive provided that, if the toilet could no longer be flushed, “Toilet seats should be covered with plastic bags in which children and staff can fulfill their needs.” Instructions currently updated in the face of an outcry from establishment staff. There is therefore no question “teachings” on the issue, and this is an unlikely situation, according to the Finnish authorities.

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