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Squatting takes on a new meaning in San Francisco

While Tony Bennett famously left his heart in San Francisco, others aren’t so romantic.

Bums left their poop in San Francisco
Where 118,352 piles of the stuff
Climb half way to citizens’ duff
Where the morning fog stinks the air
And people don’t seem to care…

(With apologies to Douglass Cross and George Cory.)

Well, OK, San Francisco’s new mayor, London Bream, said he cared, according to‘s Adam Andrzejewski, writing in Forbes.

Since 2011, there have been at least 118,352 reported instances of human fecal matter on city streets.

New mayor, London Breed, won election by promising to clean things up.  However, conditions are the same or worse.  Last year, the number of reports spiked to an all-time high at 28,084. In first quarter 2019, the pace continued with 6,676 instances of human waste in the public way.

We reached out to San Francisco Mayor London Breed for comment regarding […[


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