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Several months ago, our small company (around 20 people), hired a marketing manager (which is a new position within this company, he doesn't actually have any marketers to manage).
It was not long after this time that I would use the toilet in one of our offices, and discover that someone had defecated and not attempted to flush at all. This has occurred several times.
This morning I was the first one in the office. I went into the toilet to wash my hands, and I happened to notice that the toilet seat was up, and there was some toilet paper on the roll. Later, the manager in question was the second person to walk in. I then went to the toilet (no one else had arrived yet), and now the toilet seat was down, the paper roll was empty, and after lifting the seat, someone had defecated and not flushed. Considering the timings here, I think I've found the culprit. If there's any doubt to the timings, the logs for the swipe card system on the front door could be checked, to prove that no one else was here in that time.
Obviously this is somewhat of a hygiene issue, and if this isn't discovered by an employee early in the morning like it has been, it's possible that clients will turn up and use it, which will not look good for the company. I feel like this should be brought up with management, but am unsure on how it may reflect on me. Should I discuss it with him directly? If I were to go over his head, the only people who could be considered to be above him are the Company Director, the General/Communications technology manager, and a Project Manager (the last two are arguably the same rank as this Marketing Manager though). My relationship to all of them is that technically I am under the General and Project managers, but in practice I am managed by all three.