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A San Francisco sandwich shop owner posted an enraged tirade blasting the city after he was allegedly punched in the face by a homeless man who had urinated on his trash.
Peterson Harter, 39, opened his sandwich shop “New Orleans Muffulettas” three months ago. But after being sucker-punched by a homeless man, Harter decided to condemn the city on Instagram.
“What’s going on everyone? This is Peterson with Sandy’s,” he stated. “I just got punched in the f***ing face right now by some guy that was pissing on the street — and I’m really f***ing pissed off right now.”
“I can’t believe I live in a city where people just piss on the street, come punch you in the face and get away with it,” he said. “The guy ran off. They’re probably not going to find him. I’m f***ing fed up with this godd*mn city. It’s like I can’t just be outside running a business without getting punched in the face. So I’m pissed off right now. Really f***ing pissed off.”
“I just need to vent,” he continued. “I gotta figure out what to do. This is f****d up. It shouldn’t be this way at all. This isn’t how our city should be. I hope they find the f***ing guy. I’m f***ing pissed off. I’m sorry that I’m venting to y’all but I don’t know what to do.”
“At what point is it too much where you can’t be on the street and tell some guy to stop p***ing and get hit in the face?” he asked.
Harter tagged California Democrat governor Gavin Newsom and Democrat San Francisco mayor London Breed, asking, “What’s the plan?”
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Harter also posted a photo of the homeless man who allegedly attacked him, writing, “Hey guys, here is a picture of the guy who assaulted me yesterday. If you can share this to see if we can find him I would greatly appreciate any help. If you have any information, please feel to reach out to us directly or @sfpdofficial.”
Crime has run so rampant in San Francisco that some stores are even padlocking their freezers at night. Speaking of one Walgreens in the city, CBS reporter Betty Yu noted, “Workers said normally shoplifters clean out all the pizza and ice cream every night. They’re usually hit 20x a day. The whole store is virtually locked up.”
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Workers said normally shoplifters clean out all the pizza and ice cream every night. They’re usually hit 20x a day. The whole store is virtually locked up. @KPIXtv
— Betty Yu (@bett_yu) July 18, 2023