PARENTS RAGE AS HOMELESS LITTER BOSTON SCHOOL GROUNDS WITH FECES, SYRINGES, USED CONDOMS
It’s “a serious safety concern”
Parents and neighbors are sounding off over human feces, syringes, liquor bottles and other trash greeting students at McKinley School in Boston’s South End neighborhood.
It’s “a serious safety concern” caused by homeless vagrants who use the school property as a campground at night, Boston 25 reports.
Neighbors told the news site homeless residents descend on the school at nightfall to sleep in the garden and school parking lot, and it’s getting out of hand. Video shows the grounds covered in trash, used condoms, drug paraphernalia and other disgusting things.
“You don’t want fecal matter in a schoolyard,” said local John Paul Prunier. “They seem to spreading out in our neighborhood a lot more, like the school here, the park over there. It’s startling.”
“It’s a big concern for kids,” neighbor Scott Feinstein said. “I’m not worried that a homeless person is going to attack a child or something. I’m worried about the needles and the drugs.”