Jesus Take The Wheel: Body Found In Shopping Cart Outside Bronx Bodega

- By Bossip Staff

LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 19: A homeless person sleeps by his shopping cart on a downtown sidewalk in the early morning hours of April 19, 2006 in Los Angeles, California. Most homeless tents and improvised shelters are taken down at dawn, before their possessions can be hauled away by cleaning crews. A 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled last week that a city law making it illegal to sleep or sit on city sidewalks cannot be implemented as long as there is a shortage of homeless shelter beds in Los Angeles. According to a study released in January by the Los Angeles Housing Services Authority, there are nearly 90,000 homeless people live in Los Angeles County but only 9,000 to 10,000 beds available in homeless shelters, single-room occupancy hotels, and other facilities

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Can Collectors Stumble On To Gruesome Discovery

Two can collectors discovered human remains inside a shopping cart outside a Bronx bodega on E. 182nd St. Wednesday night, according to police. The men contacted police around 8:45pm after making the find near the Bonoful Grocery by Jerome Ave. in University Heights according to NY Daily News reports.

Police say the remains were stuffed into a black garbage bag inside the cart.

Local taxi driver Fernando Sanchez said he was hanging on on the 182nd St. block with about 20 local residents as police removed the remains around 10:30 pm and the entire group had to cover their noses because the stench was so unbearable.

“When they moved the body, it smelled like death,” said Sanchez “It smelled like a meat shop where the meat is all rotten.”

How awful. Hopefully police will get to the bottom of this soon and figure out who the culprit is.

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