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What are you referring to? Who did this,when and where.
Well, there is no law against it that would make it a crime. But there could be a civil matter, if the person were to have any injury due to it. I mean, it's pretty disgusting and there could be civil recourse under intentional emotional distress. Of course, there would need to be medical evaluations, etc to show that the "victim" is suffering emotionally. This would really apply if he used the toothbrush only later to have it revealed what occurred. Because that is enough to make one vomit just thinking about it.
As long as it was in common area - and not in a stall then there is no problem.
Questionable. And can be argued there is a privacy issue.
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