South Yorkshire Times July 15, 1967
Vandal struck again on Saturday night at the public lavatory in Church Street, Conisbrough.
Plants were ripped out of the plot outside the lavatory and after admission to the toilets had been gained by sliding a lollipop stuck into the coin slot, soil from the plants was daubed all around the walls.
The Council Clerk, Mr Eric Miller, said this week that complaints had been made about people using lollipops sticks to get into the lavatory. Several times in recent months there has been some attack on the building by vandals.