Perhaps I could set up skirestoloos.com, a site dedicated to time spent on your ass having slipped down 40 soaking wet steps in your ski boots to land in tartiflette flavoured piss on the floor
Those downstairs restrooms are a nightmare, they normally have extra slippy tiled floors. Probably why an ESF ski instructor I knew from Val d’Isere, a certain Monsieur Moris, never took the risk and just used to **** directly from the lift queue. That man was like a reservoir, at the bottom of nearly every run he had to relieve himself. The result were little yellow patches all over the slopes.
I remember a guy in our party who got food poisoning from the chalet food he was eating (the chalet girls never washed their hands and he even claimed to have had “congress” with one of them on the ####### work surfaces - hoist by his own petard one could say).
Anyway enough of that. He was caught short and only managed to get half way down the stairs before Mt. St Helens erupted in his canary yellow one piece fartbag. Despite being sent to the cleaners that night he never got rid of the brown stain in the seating area but insisted on wearing it all week. The tour operator manager took it off his hands at the end of the week and gave him compensation - they were going to use it in training to show what happens to guests if chalet girls have poor hygene.