Undoubtedly, plenty of gun owners think the first two snaps show a good way to handle thier handgun while doing the business (but besides missing a squatty potty) those first two pics are also missing POSITIVE CONTROL OF THE FIREARM. •
One of the most basic firearms safety standards, positive control of the firearm means you know where the muzzle is pointing and you have good retention. Leaving the gun on the toilet paper or on the tank itself is easy but a very common way that Permit to Carry holders have forgotten thier gun in public places, exposing others to unnecessary risk.
You don't have to believe me, the stories and statistics are out there. Ranging from my own experiences as an armed cash guard where several incompetent guards forgot thier guns at client locations to the PA elementary school teacher who left a loaded handgun in the bathroom only to have one of the children find it (2016).
I don't care how cool you think you are, the gun stays in the holster and you control your belt the entire way down. Of all the legislation being thrown around, maybe a "Dummy Cord Bill" would be best to account for those kind of irresponsible gun owners. In the Marines, when you lost something it got tied to you with 550 cords aka the Dummy Cord so you wouldn't leave that gear anywhere else. Hell, might work for a few of you 'firearms enthusiasts'.