A railway line running from Manchester to Liverpool and connecting to the rest of the country has been put in a “potty” state, the Department for Transport said.
It’s one of a series of announcements this week that have made it the third worst-performing station in the country, according to figures released by the DfT.
The DfE said that it had been “taking measures to improve the performance of our service and has introduced a new system of toilets in all trains” since last year.
It has also said it will “increase staffing” and has added a “tourist-friendly” station to improve service.
The number of people queuing up to get on the train has also dropped from over 2 million in 2016 to under 1.2 million now.
More than 1,100 people were arrested last week after an investigation into an incident on the line.
The Metropolitan Police said that a man was “charged with breaching his probation” after he was caught urinating in the toilets on the service.
“It is unacceptable for the person to urinate in the public toilets of a railway station, and will be treated accordingly,” it said.