Video shows People in San Francisco Now Eating Their Own Poop

March 4, 2020 in News, Video by RBN Staff


Source: PCMD News

We have all heard of the poop problem going on in San Fransisco. Whether is people pooping in stores, or pooping in the street, the place just seems to be a poop magnet.

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.

Not even the basking sea lions and aquatic life calling the Bay Area home have been spared. One report was pinpointed to Seal Rocks – a jagged formation surrounded by the ocean – and more waste was sighted in the waters off the popular Fisherman’s Wharf tourist area.

Now people have been spotted eating their own poop.

Watch the video:

The video was posted on twitter in a tweet that has since been removed saying:

“Oh c’monnn San Francisco… why you want to keep our city so sh*tty?!
Save our s**ty city. Clean it up and Vote #DeAnna2020 on March 3rd!”

People responded to the video expressing their thoughts:


Omg this is heart breaking! This is a human being! Wtf is wrong with @SpeakerPelosi @GavinNewsom ? Why don’t they care!!! Put up port/potties & more shelters or something!!! They have no heart sitting in their mansions! You’re their leaders – help them

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This poor guy is a walking petri dish, good luck with Coronavirus.

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San Francisco residents reported more than 30,000 cases of poop to authorities in 2019, city records show.

Last year, the city’s Department of Public Works responded to 30,136 cases of “human or animal waste”, easily topping the 28,353 cases the agency handled in 2018, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation analysis of publicly available city records. The liberal city is averaging more than 84 poop reports every day.

San Francisco Mayor London Breed, a Democrat, described in a July 2018 interview how the city is drowning in poop. “There is more feces on the sidewalks than I’ve ever seen growing up here,” she said. “That is a huge problem and we are not just talking about from dogs—we’re talking about from humans.”