Word on the Street: Bathroom break time limits

A Chicago manufacturing company is allegedly putting a time limit on bathroom breaks. A union for Waster Saver Faucet Company claims employees are getting warnings

A Chicago manufacturing company is allegedly putting a time limit on bathroom breaks.

A union for Waster Saver Faucet Company claims employees are getting warnings if they spend more than six minutes a day in the restroom.

News 12 asked Brooklyn residents what they thought of time limits on bathroom breaks.

Some residents said they would be very angry if time limits were set.  Others said that they would band together with other employees to protest.

"It's privacy and nobody should have a right to tell you when you should use the bathroom or not," said one resident.

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