School takes away toilet paper from boys restroom

Toilet paper 
By: Wayne Morin 

Students at one U.S. public school were surprised one morning, when they entered the restrooms, according to reports in Pennsylvania.

A high school in eastern Pennsylvania, said that vandalism forced them to create a new policy that has taken the toilet paper out from the boys bathroom.

Kids in the Mahanoy Area High School, must now go to the school office to ask for toilet paper and sign out. Principal Thomas Smith said that this has helped solve a major problem of intentional obstruction of toilets that has been going on for two years.

Smith said that children must sign the toilet paper and then sign it back in. Some parents are protesting the policy.

Parent Karen Yedsena said that some students are too embarrassed to go to the office to ask for toilet paper and go home sick instead. School officials said that they have no knowledge of any problems.