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In my fantasy world, dressing rooms lock when someone enters. To exit, they push a bell and the fitting room attendant opens the door and verifies that the room is clean (no wadded clothes, no dirty diapers, no wet pissing puddle, no other human waste, etc before the customer can exit. If the customer leaves a pile, they have to clean it up before being released.

If we have to have an emergency release (for fires and such), then there can be an emergency release button but it will sound a loud alarm and take a picture of the customer AND the dressing room when the door opens so that if they trashed the place then they can be denied service in the future.

I have a similar proposal about public toilet stalls.... the doors don't unlock until the toilet is flushed. If the person presses the emergency release button, a big alarm will sound so that people can look to see who is leaving without flushing.

Misty Meanor

How is a fitting room limit a children's thing? I don't understand.


She didn't like the limit, and it was making her throw a tantrum like a child, add customer logic and...

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