Fleas, rats and opossums invade PRI offices in Acapulco
A plague of fleas, rats, opossums, and cats with scabies lurk in the Hall of Councilors of the City of Acapulco and scare employees.
Employees of the Hall of Councilors of the City of Acapulco have denounced with a banner that they are suffering from the lack of hygiene in the offices:
"We can not work we are being invaded by fleas and cats", reads a banner they've posted in the window of the offices of the site.
The workers affirmed to the Quadratín Agency, that it is difficult for them to do their job, because the chairs, tables, and armchairs of the offices are full of fleas due to the invasion of cats at the Municipal Palace, adding that some have scabies.
In an interview for the local media the employee Tania Martinez Ruiz said that the Hall of Councilors is a "cochinada" (disgusting/filthy), because "there are many mangy cats, the chairs are full of fleas, we have nowhere to sit, the tables that we have the fleas jumping, right now I have a well-flushed neck of fleas, legs full of fleas, that's how all our companions are".
The employee added to her complaint:
"They say they come to fumigate, but the cats continue to wander, there we have a box with a cat that is going to give birth and full of fleas, the delegate has been told and still nothing".
In addition, she noted that there are also opossums and rats upstairs in the air conditioners and that they do not have toilet paper or soap in the toilets.