Our customers are used to getting more than they pay for when they use our high standard AndyLoos toilets, as going above and beyond expectations is always our aim. However this was quite literally taken to new heights yesterday when a woman at Cornwall’s Newlyn Fish Festival was fork-lifted across the harbour whilst still inside one of our AndyLoos!

Harbour Master Rob Parsons jokingly suggested that the woman, who emerged from her journey completely uninjured, must have felt like she had been “teleported” as she stepped out of the unit in a different part of the field.

The driver was not an employee of AndyLoos, and failed to check whether the portable toilet was occupied before moving it to another part of the site. Cornishman and owner of AndyLoos Mark Kempthorne said that the blunder occurred because it is necessary to “take the rear entrance” when moving a portable toilet.

Whilst Mark laughed off the incident, forgivingly suggesting that it was an “easy mistake” for the forklift driver to make. However, the incident highlights the importance of placing the responsibility for the location and movement of portable toilets well and truly in the hands of our specially trained portable toilet experts at AndyLoos.

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