The question is, would she spin counterclockwise if she were in the Southern Hemisphere? 
 See my post Boing! Boing!
 The idea that the Coriolis Effect determines the direction a toilet drains is, of course, false. It is determined by the direction the toilet squirts the flush water. If you look under the lip of the toilet bowl you'll see that there are holes, pointing counterclockwise, that flood the toilet bowl and get it spinning in a uniform direction. Australian and South American toilets are made the same way, so they, too, flush counterclockwise, not clockwise as is popularly supposed. See http://www.snopes.com/science/coriolis.asp.