As someone who has injected in a restaurant toilet once so speaking from experience here. The toilets are simply contaminated to hell and back, When you see liquid all over the sink area that you need to put your monitor, test strips, lancing device and ultimately your pen on to sort everything out. Your brain thinks "Now is this just water or is it something else?" With a million and one particles of bacteria. I've seen public toilets that has pubic hair in the sink and also empty weed bags strewn across the floor like nothing. I would rather sit at a table where I am about to eat, with whoever I am with knowing that the table is disinfected after every customer. The problem itself is for people similar minded as you sir - Some of us almost died at diagnosis, and would rather avoid dirty, contaminated areas where I am sticking a needle into my body for medical purposes. I didn't want to have Diabetes and I still don't want it now, but nothing can change it. This is now apart of my every day life. I have injected in front of a ten year old today - not because she was staring or gawking at me. Because she was interested in what my life entails, I taught her that it's not a massive deal that people think it is, and that my routine is a little different to others. Hopefully she will remember and if I ever can't do my insulin myself for whatever reason, she could possibly do it for me. I have a question for you - If you had a mother in your restaurant with a newborn that needed breastfeeding, would you tell them to go into the toilets that anything could of happened in there between cleaning? And if they refused to - kick them out aswell? They are both the same principle, life saving stuff happening. All it takes is to have 5 minutes of compassion and not make a big fuss - At the end of the day we all just want to be treated the same - with respect for our lives.