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article imageJo-Ann Fabrics: No Bathroom For You, Just Diarrhea Right In Front Me

By RobotGod     Jul 16, 2007 in World
Don't ask to use the bathroom at the Jo-Ann Fabrics store in Logansport, Indiana, when you have unexpected and intense diarrhea. They don't care. Even if you "lose it" right in front of them.
On Friday, June 29th at approximately 2:15 pm I was shopping in the Jo-Ann Fabrics store in Logansport, Indiana. While shopping, I suddenly experienced unexpected and intense diarrhea. I approached an employee and asked her if I could use the rest room. She said she was not allowed to let me use it. I discreetly explained my situation to her and she said I would have to speak to the assistant manager..."So she found the assistant manager and he said no. She explained that it was a case of severe diarrhea. Again a no. Along with a short sermon about policy change regarding the restrooms. She said she understood that but this was an emergency. The assistant manager said she could lose her job and there was nothing she could do.At this point I was becoming extremely frustrated and feared that the diarrhea was going to run down my legs and drip onto the store floor. I was in tears, desperate for some assistance with my embarrassing and humiliating situation. I told Carla that I could not control what was happening and that the diarrhea was happening right now and that I was afraid it would run down my legs and onto the floor and that I was not going to be the one to clean it up if that occurred. At this point she was begging and other employees as well as customers were listening. The A. Manager was being insensitive and rude. She was directed to go to the store next door.I had to walk to the Rural King and all the way to back to the corner farthest from Jo-Ann Fabrics with my pants stained, dripping and smelling badly and do my best to clean up. I'm not exaggerating when I say that this was the most embarrassing and humiliating experience of my life.Basically this was not her fault and they should have helped. It is one thing to not let the public use the restrooms, and another to refuse help to someone who suddenly feels ill.
This poor woman was embarrassed for no reason.
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