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'It's about being respectful to my religion': Storm of controversy over sign banning Muslim staff from washing their feet in city office public toilet before their daily prayers
by Candace Sutton
An anonymous building worker has sparked outrage by placing a sign on the men's toilet of a Sydney city office block in an attempt to ban Muslims from washing their feet in the sink before their daily prayers.
The sign, which has a cartoon of a man with one of his feet in a sink and surrounded by a circle with a slash through it, was placed on the door of the men's toilet of an office block on Pitt Street, in Sydney's business district.
The sign is believed to have gone up on Wednesday, just days after a building worker queried one of the shop workers who use the toilet.
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