Toilet door at new Northampton Railway Station defaced by graffiti weeks after building opened

Graffiti on the toilet door at the new Northampton Railway Station
Graffiti on the toilet door at the new Northampton Railway Station

Graffiti has been drawn on the toilet door at the new railway station in Northampton less than a month after the building was officially opened to the public.

The graffiti in the men’s toilets of the railway station has been described as an “affront to the people of Northampton” by a spokesman for London Midland, the company that runs the station.

The spokesman said: “We are deeply disappointed that somebody with a mentality of their own thinks this is the way to behave.

“It is an affront to the people of Northampton who have long looked forward to the new station and only a few weeks ago where celebrating its opening.”