This reminds of the wonderful bathroom situation I had at my office in Brussels. The men's room nearest me had a door that led into a short hallway. Sort of like an airlock. There was then another door that led into the actual restroom. In the restroom was a sink, two urinals, and two stalls. The thing about the stalls, however, was that they were actually little rooms onto themselves. All four walls went from floor to cieling and the door was an actual door with a real handle and lock and everything. Another perk was the motion sensor light. If you wanted to relax in there for a while, close your eyes, the light would go out. Thing is, no one could tell if the light was on or off unless they opened the door. Keep the door locked and you're perfectly safe.
A solid restroom. I miss it.
Steve Yzerman: 1,755 points in 1,514 regular season games. 185 points in 196 postseason games. A First-Team All-Star, Conn Smythe Trophy winner, Selke Trophy winner, Masterton Trophy winner, member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, Olympic gold medallist, and a three-time Stanley Cup Champion. Longest serving captain of one team in the history of the NHL (19 seasons).