In the Internet appeared the video, which the water in St. Petersburg pool with a fountain was allegedly painted in poisonous green color.
the Video was a fake – no chemicals in the water there, but it seems that the problem is real.
the author of the video stated that he wanted to indicate one of the urban problems: the alleged unscrupulous residents and visitors of despair there celebrate small need, because after the quarantine, most public toilets do not open.
In particular, at two in the morning on Palace square you can see the turn – no, not in the Hermitage, and guests toilet.
Complain of odor and in the courts-wells in the center of the Northern capital.
the TV channel “Russia 24”, the coordinator of the public movement “Beautiful Petersburg” Krasimir graduading Wronski says that in the evenings the young people regularly access various types of get-togethers in the centre of the city: the Palace square, the Neva embankment, on Rubinsteina street, in the parks.
thus, according to him, no toilet there, and even if there is, so there are huge lines.
In April (during the pandemic) the utility has closed in St. Petersburg all the public toilets. Officials insist that now almost all and more than 150 are open, including stationary, modular and even mobile.
Head of media relations Department information and public relations of the Vodokanal of St. Petersburg, Lubov Suslova says: at the Palace operates two large hygienic complex, each 12 cabins, 24 booths — only on Palace square.
in addition, there are two toilets in the Alexander garden, where another 20 stalls, and soon to open 15 modular toilets to be located near metro stations and on some beaches it is allowed to visit.
the Problem, however, is that the main part of the city’s toilets are closed in the evening – they are open until 20.00, and ghoulth residents of the Northern capital and tourists, romantics and above all, young people — go later.
After all, when else can enjoy special views of the city on the Neva as the summer White nights?