A San Francisco Resident Complains

by on 18/07/18 at 8:44 am

MEET SF's TURD MAN San Francisco recently hired a mascot to patrol streets and pass out little plastic bags to the city's homeless.

MEET SF’s TURD MAN
San Francisco recently hired a mascot to patrol streets and pass out little plastic bags to the city’s homeless.

The mayor's office has begun a TV campaign alerting citizens to the problem laying on city sidewalks.

The mayor’s office has begun a TV campaign alerting citizens to the problem laying on city sidewalks.

Street people have increased in San Francisco ever since a $500 dollar bounty was paid to all homeless to sign-up and join the Democratic Party.

Street people have increased in San Francisco ever since a $500 dollar bounty was paid to all homeless to sign-up and join the Democratic Party.

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A complaint has been received by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors from a long-time Democratic Congresswoman, resident in the “City by the Bay!” The issue is that people are leaving more than their hearts on the sidewalks and roadways of San Francisco!

“It’s like playing a game of hopscotch because everywhere you walk one must watch where one steps and then hop, but even worse than Washington DC politics!”

The Mayor and the San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors met to tackle the pooping, people problem. In 1978, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed California’s first pooper scooper ordinance for dogs. In 2018 (40 years later) a pooper scooper law for people is being considered, that’s liberal progress, including illuminated “POOP FREE ZONE“ and “NO POOP ZONE” signs .

The new law would empower the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department with police powers. It will be illegal “for any person to defecate upon the public property of the City or upon the private property of another person unless the pooping person immediately removes the poop and properly disposes of it via a biodegradable clear plastic bag.”

This proposed new San Francisco Health Code is a two-part ordinance; Pick It Up and Carry the Bag. Each violation carries a $5,000 fine for failure to pick up and failure to “carry a suitable biodegradable container for the removal and disposal of human waste.”

Once the ordnance is passed, the ACLU intends to sue the City based citing the US Constitutions 8th Amendment’s “cruel and unusual punishment clause,” as to where would the perpetrators obtain $10,000?



One Response to “A San Francisco Resident Complains”

  1. Bargis

    Jul 18th, 2018

    Rubber boots! That’s the answer! Yup, vending machines that can dispense one-size-fits-all slip-on disposable booties!

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