http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/220/metro/A_public_inconvenience+.shtml Two years after Boston installed public toilets, police say the city's five self-cleaning commodes are attracting heroin addicts, who take advantage of their running water and relative privacy to use drugs, the Boston Globe says. Several times, the doors of the Congress Street public toilet have opened to disclose men with needles sticking out of their arms. Police have found people passed out on the floor of the stalls after overdosing on drugs. Police say addicts . . .
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