Here's something strange and tragic: a family living in a public toilet for seven years in Morocco have been evicted.
In a narrow street of the old medina in Sale, the city across the river from the capital, Rabat, Mr Baja explained how he fell into poverty and ended living in the public lavatory, where he was the attendant. He worked at the toilet for 23 years, where he earned less than $1 a day. [...]
His troubles began several years ago when his daughter was kidnapped and he had to sell everything to try to find her. She was eventually found, but he could not afford to rent the place where he had been living and the family moved into the toilet as a temporary measure.
But with no help from the local government and no money to rent anywhere else they ended up staying.