Nearly thousand of people attended San Francisco’s sixth annual Valentine’s Day Pillow Fight in Justin Herman Plaza. The fight began as the Ferry Building clock struck 6 p.m, but city officials were less than happy to see feathers flying all over the place again.
Last year city cleanup crews worked for nearly two days, and San Francisco’s Public Works Department says it costs about 17,000 dollars to clean up the mess.
That’s why city officials want event organizers to apply for a permit and provide cleanup, security and portable toilets, but so far they were unable to track down who are they, reports ABC 7 News.
“It’s a big inconvenience because we’re going through some very tough economic times right now,” said Gloria Chan from the Public Works Department.