Amazon is facing more bad press but this time it's not a tweet from President Trump.
The Sun reports Amazon UK warehouse staff are reportedly being forced to pee in bottles because the bathrooms are too far away and they're afraid of getting in trouble for wasting time and taking bathroom breaks...
Now in a statement to CNET Amazon says they provide restrooms to all workers that are a short walk away, and that "[it] supports people that are not performing to the levels expected with dedicated coaching to help them improve," and also claiming "We do not monitor toilet breaks".
We're heard similar things before, but here the Sun actually sent someone undercover - how bad does this hurt Amazon's image?
Do you think customers will shy away from Amazon if the worker mistreatment stories keep piling up?