Dublin pub decorates urinal with Donald Trump's portrait

By Chiara Palazzo

The Adelphi's urinal. Photo/Adelphi, Dublin
The Adelphi's urinal. Photo/Adelphi, Dublin

A pub in Dublin has decorated its urinal with a portrait of United States Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Staff at the newly-opened Adelphi pub said that they hadn't received any complaints yet about the urinal's new look, but they would take it down if the Republican candidate were to be elected president in November, Irish media reported.

"If he is elected by the people of the United States, we will take it down immediately as we feel it would then be disrespectful to the American people," Tony McCabe, the bar's manager, explained to Entertainment.ie.

The Adelphi's Facebook page. Photo/Facebook
The Adelphi's Facebook page. Photo/Facebook

"I just felt that it was a way for some people to express their feelings towards Mr Trump's views and to make their trip to the bathroom a 'wee bit' more entertaining."

On the bar's Facebook page, its staff joked that considering how popular the urinal has become with their male customers they are open to suggestions for an upgrade to the ladies' restroom.

This is not the first time Donald Trump's image has made its way into restrooms: Chinese manufacturers are cashing in on toilet paper featuring the Republican candidate's portrait.

- Daily Telegraph UK

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