An old friend is fond of referring to New York City as, “Hell with good restaurants.” Well, I think we can delete the “with good restaurants” part.
NYC Chipotle besieged by rats feasting on avocado, employees After a closure of a few days for cleaning, the store reopened, but workers were still afraid of the rats, which had apparently grown fat off the constant supply of food. “The whole situation seemed crazy to us, we definitely felt it was incorrect to keep the store open while all of this was happening,” Paulino Ruiz said.
About a week later, the ordering system went down and the store was forced to close indefinitely, the workers said.
“A company as big as Chipotle shouldn’t be worried only about the amount of money they’re making, and leave their employees to keep working under dangerous conditions,” Paulino Ruiz said.
But don’t think about ordering deliveries: New York Proposes $3 Package Surcharge To Fund MTA
Under a new proposed bill, New York City residents would be required to pay a $3 surcharge on packages they ordered online, with the exception for medicine and food.
Assemblyman Robert Carroll, who proposed the bill, says the online shopping fee would raise more than $1 billion a year “to fund the operating costs of buses and subways in the city of New York.”
Or taking a walk through Times Square: Pair trampled by horse during wild brawl in Times Square
The mounted unit could be seen hopping over the men, as another person made off with a bike lying near them.