Monday, August 27, 2007

Pittsburgh Steelers Game Breaking News

While the Pittsburgh Tribune Review website provided a recap of preseason game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles, the newly-uglified website of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, One of America's Great Newspapers, reported on a topic that hit web surfers closer to home:

Numerous spectators at tonight's Steelers game who had filled up with food and drinks were prohibited from using some of the restrooms at Heinz Field because of apparent low water pressure.

The problem started around half-time. Some fans attending the Steelers-Philadelphia Eagles game were turned away by stadium staff at the entrance to restrooms while others were told they could use some bathrooms without flushing.

Christine Gaughan, of Brentwood, said she tried to use the ladies room on the 500 level of the stadium, but quickly discovered the toilets weren't functioning.

She said the toilets wouldn't flush and the water fountains weren't working. She said she then went to the first level and again there was no pressure.

The problem affected the men's restrooms as well.
[Hey, that's getting too close to home!]

Mark Currie, of Hopewell, who also attended the game, said the urinals were open but the stalls were closed.

It was unclear how many restrooms at the stadium were affected.

I don't know what I'd do without the Post-Gazette and its hideous website.


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