Citizen complaint of the day: John johns in the South End

Portable john in the South End

He shoots, he scores!

A concerned citizen is pissed off that an abandoned portable toilet on Worcester Square has turned into a jaunty john for hookers to service customers:

In the back alley 34 Worcester Square This potable toilet is used for prostitution but no construction crew had used it in 3 months. Get this toilet removed now!

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      Ewwww.

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      Potable toilet. I certainly hope not.

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      I just walked by it

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      I live a few blocks away. There is a loop thingy on the door for a lock. This problem could be solved temporarily and immediately by going to the Walgreens a block away and buying a padlock and locking it.

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      Yeah but

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      who wants to sit around keeping an eye on it the whole time, waiting for it to be occupied?

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      I live a few blocks away.

      I live a few blocks away. There is a loop thingy on the door for a lock. This problem could be solved temporarily and immediately by going to the Walgreens a block away and buying a padlock and locking it.

      Be sure to let us know how that works out once you've done it.

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      Why would I?

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      I didn't make the complaint, just the observation. Maybe the person who reported it should. I will say that if it was in my back alley, I would do just that.

      Mayor's hotline

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      Or call the Mayor 's hotline... 617-635-4500.

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      Same thing

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      Citizens Connect and the Mayor's Hotline both go to the same place.

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      portable johns

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      heroin users paradise

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      Cozy Studio!

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      Just steps away from restaurant row!

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      Ticket issued

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      Update: City has marked the case closed, "Ticket was issued on 4-22-14 by officer o'keefe."