Public poop situation getting crappier in San Francisco

The San Francisco public poop problem is escalating as incidents have gone up 7% in 2019 and are on track to hit an all-time high.

RentHop, a property rental company, used publicly available data to show the poop situation in the California city is getting worse. In 2019, there were 25,000 complaints during the first ten months of the year, which is on track to beat the 28,000 incidents from last year.

San Francisco, in 2017, had 20,800 poop incidents reported, which is about 450 incidents per square mile of the city. The next year, the city established a “Poop Patrol,”
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