A few days ago, I visited a large, modern¹, public toilet at a Czech university which featured no toilet paper in the cabins. This wasn’t simply because the supply was depleted: There was no device for holding toilet rolls (or even remnants of it) nor was there a shelf or even a door handle to hold them. The only place to possibly store toilet paper was on the floor (not that this would have been a good idea). Apart from this, the toilet was a regular European cistern-type flush toilet.
You could bring some paper towels from the toilet’s foyer – if you noticed soon enough. And even ignoring this problem, this seems very unpractical as you have to estimate your needs beforehand.
Little surprisingly, my question is: why? Since every other toilet I visited in this country did feature toilet paper, I assume that it’s not a general cultural aspect. The only regular of that building I could get hold of could not answer my question either.
¹ Clearly less than ten years old; had electric hand driers amongst others.