• "Keep NYC Trash Free": Mock NYC Sanitation Dept. posters throw shade at Boston fans

    By: Mike Saccone


    NEW YORK CITY - The Red Sox may have sent the Yankees packing during the playoffs, but New York fans are still having fun at Boston’s expense. 

    A street artist has created mock New York City Sanitation Department (DSNY) posters illustrating a man wearing a Red Sox cap and Patriots jersey, sipping a Sam Adams beer, with the caption: “Keep NYC Trash Free.”

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    Vito Turo, a spokesman for DSNY, told Boston 25 News the posters are not sanctioned by the city. 

    “A street artist has designed them and illegally placed them on our official litter baskets,” Turo said. “We have told him to cease and desist and if he does not, we will fine him $75 for each poster we find and remove.”

    Boston is hoping to respond with another World Series title.

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