City Suspends Trash Collection So Crews Can Transport Garbage To Kenny Chesney Residence

Proving that it is not a town to be messed with, the City of Pittsburgh has suspended residential trash collection for a week so crews can transport 30 tons of garbage to Kenny Chesney’s residence in Franklin, TN.

Realizing that even after the trash from the Heinz Field parking lots was bagged, the City was still effectively stuck with a bill for disposing of it, Chief Operations Officer Guy Costa decided enough was enough.

“He’s the one profiting from all this so he can deal with it.”

After calming down some, Costa realized the cost of transporting all that waste over 500 miles to Tennessee would obliterate any savings and actually cost more in the end, but he decided to go ahead anyway because it ‘felt right’. In a practical concession to the exorbitant cost of the revenge plan some of the garbage will instead be disposed at various residential locations just outside city limits known to have high concentrations of ‘No Shoes Nation’ fans.

When asked for comment, a spokesperson for the Peduto administration was succinct:

“Payback’s a bitch.”

Normal trash collection schedules are set to resume next week.

5 Comments on "City Suspends Trash Collection So Crews Can Transport Garbage To Kenny Chesney Residence"

  1. Thinking for those that clearly DONT | July 8, 2016 at 11:27 pm | Reply

    Breaking Burgh
    A satirical blog <——————-

    Proving again "There is a sucker born EVERY Minute…"

    Oh…hey! I have some swamp land to sell you PRIME lots for DIRT cheap!!! Just drive to TN and sit at Chesney's gate! I'll hand out the deeds THERE….

  2. Capt. Obvious | July 8, 2016 at 12:27 am | Reply

    Uhhhh guys, this is a ‘satirical’ Pittsburgh themed website…. It’s fake news.

  3. Ellie Meneskie | July 7, 2016 at 11:13 pm | Reply

    Omg, how old are we??.Simple end to more Chesney concerts in Pgh!.or Charge him before he gets here for his concert! He has to pay a fee to cover the cost of clean up!!PLAIN & SIMPLE!!

    • Goldye Waskiewicz | July 10, 2016 at 3:19 am | Reply

      He pays BIG money to come here. They charge him an enormous amount of money in the first place. He is the only one that the City charges so much to come here.

  4. This is terrible! This is no way to act Pittsburgh. You let him come, then it’s up to you to plan it through. Don’t be so childish.

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