The streets of San Francisco have become so infested with human feces that if you were to place onto a map all the recorded cases since 2011, the city would appear to be covered with it from top-to-bottom.
“A new map pinpointing the locations where human feces are reported to have been found in the California city since 2011 shows San Francisco has a staggering problem with the stinky stuff,” Fox News reported. “Nearly every city block has had a poop sighting in recent years as the city grapples with homelessness, according to data compiled by Open The Books.”
As the map below shows, parts of the city have been deluged with so many reports of human fecal matter in the streets since 2011 that they have been blacked out entirely, as if they were the city’s no man’s land; the largest area of complaints being on the streets where both Twitter and Uber are headquartered:
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) April 22, 2019
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Beyond making the city a toxic sinkhole of poor hygiene, the epidemic of human beings defecating in the streets has had a tremendous economic impact on the city of St. Francis. NBC News reported last year that the city has become so filth-infested that the city spends approximately $30 million a year to clean human feces off the sidewalk. Not only that, the city has only made the problem worse by enabling people’s drug problems through its distribution of free syringes, which are often seen discarded in public places. (Read more from “SEE IT: This Nearly Blacked out Poop Map of San Francisco Says All You Need to Know” HERE)