This gate only had one job. Sure, you may want to blame the person who designed this and not the inanimate object. That's a fair point, I suppose. In either case, I hope neither of them are looking forward to getting a raise any time soon. Especially the gate, as getting raised is completely unnecessary.
Hey, this is an honest mistake. I mean, it's not like a company named "Animal Planet" would be too knowledgeable about animals. Who are you to cast things you call "stones" even though they're actually spoons?
This person must take pride in being lazy. They didn't even look when they put the panel back in. All it would take is two seconds to readjust it, but they figure they did their job. If you don't like it, fix it yourself.
"The bulbs have been out for a few weeks. I could have changed them, but... it's been so nice and quiet here for some reason lately. Sure, sales are down, but I have so much more time to catch up on reading on the clock now."
The way this thing is supposed to look is right there on the wrapper. Did the person who did this assume no one would notice? Considering how this picture wound up on this site, it's safe to say their assumption was catastrophically incorrect.
If the things coming out of you are tart, consider yourself lucky. Mine seem to be more pungent and sour. Then again, I don't want to know how you figured out yours were tart, since that's more of a taste than a smell.
And then there's whoever did this. Not only is this a bizarre public bathroom decision, it's an utter design fail regardless of the room. Are you seriously asking for a promotion after "problem solving" a solution that involves your calves being visible as you release your tart bowels? Collect your things and get out.