A regular visitor to Žluté Lázně in Prague had a shocking experience when he visited the changing cubicles. The man, who sees the popular riverside recreation area regularly, was changing after a swim in the Vltava when he opened the door to the booth. Instead of a space, he found piles of bread crusts on the floor. Some of the bread was green and moldy, making the discovery even more disturbing.
The man promptly reported the incident and provided photographic evidence of the bread in the cubicle. The management of Žluté Lázně did not respond to their queries. However, a nearby baker suggested that the bread was likely being used as animal feed and was left to dry in the cubicle.
This incident raises questions about the hygiene of the changing cubicles at Žluté Lázně. It is unclear how long the bread had been in the booth or why it was not removed promptly. Visitors to the recreation area expect a certain standard of cleanliness and safety, especially in changing rooms, and this discovery falls short of those expectations.
In addition to this shocking discovery, there has been a recent increase in the number of scantily clad women at Žluté Lázně. Several older women in their sixties are sunbathing topless. While the management of Žluté Lázně does not prohibit nudity, it does specify that visitors must wear swimwear or a bathing suit in showers. However, the spokesperson for the recreation area confirmed that visitors are allowed to be topless but must wear swimwear or a bathing suit in the showers.
Despite these issues, Žluté Lázně remains a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The recreation area offers a range of activities, from beach volleyball to paddleboarding on the Vltava. Visitors can also enjoy drinks at the bar or relax on the sandy beach.
However, this recent incident highlights the importance of maintaining proper hygiene and cleanliness standards at recreational facilities. Visitors have a right to expect a safe and clean environment, and it is the responsibility of the management to ensure that those standards are met.