Queen’s Scottish residence Balmoral is used as a public toilet

London (CNN) – Walkers themselves Queen elizabethIt’s Scottish residence, staff said.
Employees at the company Balmoral CastleShe complained that the wet wipes remained in the land, which the Queen frequently visited for holidays throughout the year, and called on people not to use the space as an outdoor toilet.

Most public facilities are closed in the UK due to the country’s lockdown, but people are allowed to exercise and socialize outside, causing many to search for quiet public places if many seek nature during one day.

“It was disappointing that a lot of handkerchiefs were thrown on the site today. Next to the roads and monuments. Remember that there are no public toilets that are now open for miles.”

“Part of the problem is that we see the disposal of many wet cloths that cannot be biodegradable in the countryside.” “Also, people prefer to relax themselves right next to busy roads or monuments, rather than getting away from them to avoid contamination.”

However, the fortress acknowledged that people may need to relax themselves as they walk through the royal terrain.

“If you need to pee, please make at least 30 meters of lochs or stream,” added a tweet on Sunday. “If defecation is required, move as far away from buildings, paths, water courses and farm animals as possible. Bury the feces in a shallow hole and relocate the grass.”

The queen and her family members stay on the 50,000-acre estate in the Scottish Highlands for several weeks each year.

He spent most of England’s crash at another royal estate in Windsor, near London.

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