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Paris no More perfumed as striking rubbish collection Employees leave stink across Town

Last updated on February 6, 2020

There’s another attack from the French funds.

After suffering from all the trains, schools, and hospital closures, today’s rubbish collection has been changed. Mountains of garbage have been piling up following 12 days of strike activity. Nonetheless, it isn’t the collectors that are striking, however, the employees at the capital incinerators.

A foul odor is spreading across the Paris, killing the vibe in sight-seeing tourist attractions such as the world-famous Champs-Élysées. Residents are concerned about the sanitary consequences of the latest stoppage.

Joël Bonnet resides in Paris and believes other European capitals deal better with situations such as this:

“It is frankly disgusting! It is ugly, it is unhealthy, and if compared with other capitals, it is uncommon to see nightmare scenarios such as this.”

Catherine Lemoine is just another devious, unhappy with the latest attack activity:

“It is hit after strike after strike which makes it somewhat unlivable! And what is stressing is to see small rats running to the streets.