Clean Undies Only at the Car Wash, Says San Fran
Yet, in a city that loves to find a purpose for yesterday’s trash, you can find yourself on the wrong side of the law just for washing a car with used underwear.
The environment be damned, it’s more legally acceptable to buff bird droppings off your windshield with a disposable towel than it is to use that sturdy old pair of broken-in tighty whities that wasn’t doing anybody any favors just hanging out in the dresser.
Eureka Times-Standard correspondent Michelle Groh-Gordy notes that this statute doesn’t apply to individuals and their private vehicles, leaving true tree huggers to lawfully wipe down their own whips with dirty drawers.
But for bleeding-heart commercial car wash owners who would give the boxers off their butts to reduce their waste, San Francisco may never be liberal enough.
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