They might be using it to emphasize the pun on convenience? I think that is actually legitimate!
Wait, what pun? I don't get it.
Convenience means toilet...
I don't think I have ever heard convenience used that way. Funny how we have so many different words for the same thing.
"Public Convenience" is standard old-school British municipal-speak for "public toilet".. A Google image search will bring up loads of venerable old public lavatories so inscribed. More modern ones tend to say "Public Toilet" or just "Toilet"."Convenience" on its own isn't generally used, but the pun on "inconvenience" is a standard British joke (such as it is).
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