Listen up germaphobes.
Science can now tell us what stall in public bathrooms is the cleanest.
Research says you should avoid the middle stalls.
It comes down to a little thing psychologists talking to “Reader’s Digest” call “centrality preference.”
It means when people are faced with options they tend to gravitate towards the one in the middle.
Meaning, since there’s a good chance of the middle stall being frequently chosen it runs a higher risk of also being the dirtiest.
Experts say the first stall is typically the least used making it the number one choice.