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Posted: 5/21/2003 8:13:04 AM EDT
A couple years ago I was talking to an OTR trucker. He told me that at New Jersey reststops there are signs posted saying that it's unlawful to use the bathroom and walk out without washing your hands.

Now, I've seen that type of signs in restaurants telling the employees to wash up before handling food, but this "Everyone must wash hands by New Jersey law" seemed a bit too big-brotherish for me to believe. Even for New Jersey.

So is it true? Or am I right to be skeptical?

-Nick Viejo.
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 6:08:12 AM EDT
Thats bullshit. Its only for employe's
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 9:15:38 AM EDT

Originally Posted By N_Viejo:
A couple years ago I was talking to an OTR trucker. He told me that at New Jersey reststops there are signs posted saying that it's unlawful to use the bathroom and walk out without washing your hands.

Now, I've seen that type of signs in restaurants telling the employees to wash up before handling food, but this "Everyone must wash hands by New Jersey law" seemed a bit too big-brotherish for me to believe. Even for New Jersey.

So is it true? Or am I right to be skeptical?

-Nick Viejo.


I dont know why you wouldnt wash your hands. Im a big fan of throwing some soap and water on them after i use the facilities
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 9:52:48 AM EDT
Shhh...don't give them any ideas.
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 2:12:27 PM EDT
not sure if it true in NJ but sounds like BS.

I heard the you cant sit on a milk crate in NY.
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 5:14:44 PM EDT

Originally Posted By FrankSquid:
I heard the you cant sit on a milk crate in NY.






Yeah, that's an exaggeration. The signs say employees must wash hands before returning to work. (We tend to prefer fresh corn over recycled 'round here...)
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