The University of Liverpool has issued a warning to students about m@sturbation in the library toilets. According to the university’s Sydney Jones Library Regulations, m@sturbation is considered a violation and is not permitted on campus.
In a notice posted on the university’s website, the institution stated that the excessive amount of s£men stains on the floor has resulted in significant cost to the university.
The notice read, “The excessive amount of s£men stains on the floor costs thousands of pounds to be removed professionally and must be reflected in tuition fee for the next year it’s your money”.
The university also urged students to refrain from engaging in such activities on campus and instead, suggested that they go home and m@sturbate if they are bored.
The university’s decision to address this issue has been met with mixed reactions from students. Some have expressed support for the university’s stance, while others have criticized it as an infringement on their personal rights.
Regardless of one’s personal views on the matter, it is important to remember that m@sturbation in public spaces is generally considered unacceptable and is often illegal.
The University of Liverpool has the right to set regulations for behavior within its premises, and students should respect and abide by those regulations.
It is also important for students to understand that their actions have consequences and that the cost of cleaning up s£men stains in the library toilets will ultimately be reflected in their tuition fees.
It is in everyone’s best interest to behave responsibly and respect the rules set forth by the university.