I was unsurprised, but still disappointed when I collected an entire PnP bag of used dunny rag from WITHIN 50m
of Spout Cave this last weekend. The only advantage of this blatant laziness is that it makes it easier to clean up - but that's not the issue, it should not be there in the first place.
How hard is the following?:
1. Find a permanent marker.
2. Label a ziplock "TP" - so as not to confuse with bags for food etc.
3. Take said bag into the wilderness.
4. Make your bowel movements in a appropriate spot (relative to water, sleeping areas etc)
5. Fold your white gold neatly and seal in your TP-ziplock, so that you can take it out with you.
Burying it doesn't solve the problem. It is still there, just less noticeable to us humans. In rocky areas you can't dig anyway.
Burning it is a fire risk, takes more effort that bagging it and invariably it never burns completely. None of the paper I collected had ever come close to fire, although I did find a burnt pair of jocks under one rock - now I am sure that was an interesting story!