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SF exec describes ‘terrifying’ trip to downtown bar surrounded by ‘hundreds’ of drug-addled homeless


San Francisco tech executive Michelle Tandler, who has previously spoken out about the deteriorating state of the city-center of the tech bubble, took to Twitter over the weekend to again share the ‘dystopian(n)’ state of the city.

On Sunday, Tandler, 37, shared a picture from her Saturday night trip to a bar in downtown San Francisco. She posted a picture of a distressing scene that featured a group of homeless men surrounding by trash and graffiti.

‘Last  night I went to a bar in downtown San Francisco. It looked like a dystopia,’ wrote Tandler.

The picture of downtown San Francisco shared by Michelle Tandler on Sunday morning. She said because of the scene of drug-addled homeless people around her, she felt unsafe

The picture of downtown San Francisco shared by Michelle Tandler on Sunday morning. She said because of the scene of drug-addled homeless people around her, she felt unsafe

‘I saw hundreds of people folded over (likely high on Fentanyl), or sitting on the sidewalks smoking.

‘Almost every person looked homeless. I felt scared to park and walk two blocks,’ she wrote before launching into a nearly two-dozen tweet thread about…



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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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