'Watchdog' presenter Anne Robinson has her own personal toilet.
Having her own toilet is taking star treatment to a new level. Never mind 'Weakest Link' - this is more like the Weakest Stink.
BBC bosses have given the 64-year-old star - famed for her scathing putdowns in quiz show 'The Weakest Link' - the only key to the convenience, and even decorated it especially for her.
A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "Having her own toilet is taking star treatment to a new level. Never mind 'Weakest Link' - this is more like the Weakest Stink."
Anne only spends one day a week at the studio working on the consumer show, but all other staff are reportedly barred from using the lavatory.
She has also been given a special dressing room and a "relaxation area" so she can calm down after presenting the hour-long show.
A BBC spokesman said: "Production thought it appropriate for Anne to have her own room."
Anne will begin presenting the programme tonight (10.09.09) after eight years away.
Bosses have overhauled the format to mark her return, with a new set and the introduction of a live studio audience.
Anne presents alongside Anita Rani and Matt Allwright.
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