Watch where you step, San Francisco

There’s a growing problem in pants-are-optional San Francisco. The city is receiving an increasing number of reports about syringes and human waste on the streets.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle:

Reports of improperly discarded syringes have jumped 41 percent since last fiscal year, according to a recent city controller’s report. Complaints about feces have increased by 39 percent, with every district seeing a rise in the calls.

And, in a trend that must be disturbing to residents who don’t live near the Tenderloin or SoMa, long perceived as epicenters of filth, there were big increases in complaints about the outlying neighborhoods to the city’s 311 service portal for fiscal year 2015-16.

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