Lee Hoos says there are too few toilets at Loftus Road - and it’s just one of the many reasons QPR need a new ground.
The Rs chief executive wasn’t being flippant when he claimed there is a vast amount of revenue that, well, goes down the toilet rather than into club coffers as a result of the inadequate facilities.
Rangers want to ditch the ground that has served them since 1917 off and on, and move to a new all-purpose venue up the road at Old Oak.
Hemmed in all sides at W12, Hoos believes fans have a difficult choice when the referee blows for half time.
“If you have a choice whether it’s to go and get a beer or go to the toilet you can’t do both,” he explained.
“You shoot yourself in the foot, and there’s only so much you can do at Loftus Road.
“It’s a squeeze now, and operationally it’s a nightmare; maybe 50 percent of fans go out at half time, and we’re stretched now.”
Hoos says the club’s plan to further its family base is stymied by the call of nature - and the means to relieve it.
He explained: “One of the biggest reason people cite for not returning in facilities. People are not going to put up with poor facilities; women especially.
“If you want to start at building a family base then you start with the toilets.”