Just a few weeks after Washington implemented new regulations allowing people to choose their restroom based on their selected “gender identity,” the state has encountered its first case of a man using the law to justify his use of a women’s restroom. According to Seattle television station KREM, Seattle Parks and Recreation is trying to figure out what to do after a man walked into the women’s locker room at a public pool Feb. 8 and began undressing. Several women were appalled and summoned staff, who told the man he had to leave. But the man said the law was on his side. “The law has changed and I have a right to be here,” the man said, according to eyewitnesses.