A lot of the ladies who use the restroom at my job are really bad about using their cell phones while they're in there. There have been multiple emails from HR about how it's rude to do this, and an invasion of privacy for the person in the next stall, but no one listens. I've tried to ignore it for the most part, because so many of them do it, and I try hard not to make any waves at work. Our bathroom is pretty small, only three stalls, so there's not really a way to keep any distance from someone who is chattering away on their phone.
The other day a girl took it to new extremes. She was sitting on the sink counter when I went in, talking to a man on her phone. I knew she was talking to a man, because she had him on speaker phone. I could hear everything he said, and presumably he might have been able to hear me too. This made me really uncomfortable. She didn't take him off speaker phone when I came in. It didn't seem to occur to her to do this, she just went right on with her conversation. I didn't say anything, because she's someone I get along with, though we're not close friends. And I have trouble confronting people in a tactful way. What could I have said in this situation that wouldn't damage our working relationship? Anything? Especially with her friend listening in? I was at a loss.