NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio left millions of New Yorkers scratching their heads Tuesday evening; posting bizarre instructions for the proper use of toilets in apartments and houses throughout the nation’s largest city.
“New York City: There are only FOUR things that should go in your toilet: poop, pee, puke, toilet paper. Everything else causes FATBERGS! What are Fatbergs? Well, you gotta click here,” posted de Blasio on social media.
New York City: There are only FOUR things that should go in your toilet ????
???? toilet paper
Everything else causes FATBERGS! What are Fatbergs? Well, you gotta click on https://t.co/ZXV9TgF3Oy.
— NYC Mayor's Office (@NYCMayorsOffice) March 12, 2019
According to the official website, ‘Fatbergs’ are created when grease mixes with other items -such as wet wipes and paper towels- and clogs the city’s aging pipe and sewer systems.
GREEN NEW MEAL: De Blasio to Introduce ‘Meatless Mondays’ in Schools to Save the ‘Future of Our Planet’
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio introduced “meatless Mondays” this week as part of his administration’s push to cut-back on “greenhouse gasses” and protect “the future of our planet.”
“We’re doing Meatless Mondays citywide for the future of our planet AND our @NYCSchools students!” posted the progressive leader on social media.
— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) March 11, 2019
De Blasio’s decision comes as the city inches towards financial bankruptcy for the first time in 40 years, with experts warning the nation’s largest metropolis against rising costs and a mass exodus of wealthy residents.
DE BLASIO DEFLECTS: NYC Mayor Blames Big Apple CHAOS on ‘Bad Luck’
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio deflected fierce criticism of his administration’s handling of a mild November snowstorm Friday; blaming the total chaos on “bad luck” and unreliable weather reports.
The prominent Democrat was speaking with NY1 when he was asked to respond to furious residents after the normally congested evening commute took some locals 12 hours to travel just four or five miles.
“There are definitely some things we need to learn from this and things we need to do better,” admitted the mayor. “But it’s also important to note we got just about every form of bad luck we could have gotten yesterday. The weather service reports changed radically yesterday.”
“I can’t remember that happening previously in the middle of what seemed to be a normal day,” said de Blasio on the sudden closure of the George Washington Bridge during rush hour. “That really threw everything off. That had a horrible, extreme reaction on the entire city.”
Read the full story at the New York Post.