Khan’s London: Signs Warn People Not To ‘Defecate’ in City Streets
Liberal run city resorts to signage to prevent people pooping in streets
The central London borough of Westminister, known for its enriched history, pride, and architecture, has reportedly put up signs warning people not to poop in the streets.
London, which is arguably increasingly becoming a hotbed for violent crime, terrorism, and acid attacks, has now turned its attention to policing people who attempt to use its streets as a toilet.
The signs can be seen across Westminster warning people not to poop in the streets.
The sign reads:
“This area is being monitored for street fouling."
"Anyone urinating or defecating may be subject to arrest."
"To report this offense call Westminister Environment line."
The sign also warns that there is “Mobile CCTV vans operate in this area.”
British political commentator Katie Hopkins posted the sign on Twitter with the caption:
"Londonistan 2019 - Signage: Do not sh*t in the streets."
One Twitter user replied:
"Well at least you have signs. In San Francisco there are no signs and one can take a dump in front of the Opera House without consequence, so at least you have signs."
Well at least you have signs. In San Francisco there are no signs and one can take a dump in front of the Opera House without consequence.— Ivy (@IvyValentine57) August 3, 2019
So at least you have signs
But its seems London also shares similarities with liberal Los Angeles, where millionaire celebrities lecture the rest of the population from their mansions, while surrounded by poop.
In cities like San Fransisco, the Government resorted to tackling its feces-ridden sidewalks by deploying 'poop control' workers to deal with the problem.
The city, which currently has a homelessness problem, launched the pilot program in 2018, which targeted neighborhoods that have high counts of poop.
Following an investigation, the city was declared one of the filthiest slums in the world.
Let's hope London isn't next.