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People using easyEverything cybercafes to access the Net are being urged to go to the loo before settling down to surf. The fast-growing chain of cybercafes may be equipped with the latest PCs, Internet technology and coffee, but they don't have any toilets. It seems people enjoying java and a surf have to make alternative arrangements when they get caught short. One crossed-legged surfer called The Register this morning to say that it was getting so bad some people were even urinating in the streets. Tony Anderson, easyEverything's marketing director, confirmed that none of the cybercafes had toilets. And he said that people using the cyberstores in Victoria and Trafalgar Square could always use the loos at the Victoria and Charing Cross railway stations. He said easyEverything had no plans to install toilets in any of its stores. ®

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