An anonymous San Franciscan bought a full page newspaper ad claiming residents need to ‘watch your backs' because the city can't do anything about the homelessness crisis

Posted On: Jul 13, 2018   |   Posted By: Business Insider

An anonymous San Franciscan bought a full page newspaper ad claiming residents need to ‘watch your backs' because the city can't do anything about the homelessness crisis

An anonymous San Francisco resident placed a full-page ad in the San Francisco Chronicle on Friday, detailing an alleged experience with a homeless man in a Neiman Marcus cafe that left her feeling "horrified."
She titled the ad "Watch your backs - nobody else is," to highlight what she believes is the negligence of city officials in dealing with the city's homelessness crisis.
The ad was allegedly paid for by the "Fed Up Populace Campaign" - a campaign that doesn't seem to exist anywhere else.
San Francisco's homelessness crisis is a hot-button issue in the city, as residents increasingly complain that they don't feel safe in the city.
An anonymous resident of San Francisco placed a full-page ad San Francisco Chronicle Friday to draw attention to the city's homelessness crisis after an alleged experience with a scissors-wielding homeless man in a downtown cafe left her feeling "horrified."
The woman detailed her account in the ad, titled "Watch your backs - nobody else is." You can read the entire ad...

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