The point is, Bob was telling me this story the other night, because, well because we have lots of deep, intellecutual, and well, world-changing conversations. So, he's telling me this guy came in "off the street", meaning he didn't have an appointment and it turns out, wasn't a customer, er, paying customer.
So the guy, comes in off the street and proceeds to the bathroom. He spent a good amount of time in there. Bob says 10-15 minutes, but he tends to exaggerate by 1, always, so let's say 9-14 minutes. No one can know for sure what was going on in there...we have our "intellectual hypothesis" but whatever it was, we do know he did some cleaning. Cleaning with Clorox.
Whether he created a stench no air freshener could contain, or he couldn't find any, we'll never know. We do know that he found a large bottle of Clorox and proceed to freshen the air chemical-style.
Let me interject here and say that I think it is completely appropriate to go into the following places, not buy anything and use their restroom:
Any gas station
Any fast food restaurant
Although, I would exercise a good amount of discernment in a decision like that one. Don't be like this...on many levels.
All in all, I guess it was considerate of him to cover up/clean up whatever he was covering/cleaning up. I guess it wasn't considerate of him to walk into a random place of business to do his own and not say a word to anyone.