One YouTube user however has gone to dramatic new lengths to document the trouble in the park. He created a horror movie-like video depicting the vivacious vermin vectoring voraciously.
The Grand Army Plaza Park has apparently become a new hangout for the four-legged vermin as some locals can attest to.
The Forest City Ratner company has decided to give out hundreds of rat-proof trash cans to a small part of the neighborhood in an effort to combat the problem.
Bike riders aren’t the only ones who like hanging out at the Little Red Lighthouse under the George Washington Bridge.
Parents say the park’s new $1.5 million playground is surrounded by hundreds of rat holes. They say rats even get into the children’s sandbox.
Neighbors of developer Bruce Ratner’s Atlantic Yards construction site said cat-sized rodents are invading the streets.
In this segment of Eye on New York, New Yorkers mouth off to 1010 WINS’ John Montone about the weather, New York sports fans, and rats.
Gone are the days when rats ran rampant only in New York City’s subways.
Following a string of recent videos showing food fights and vermin on trains, one MTA board member reportedly floated the idea of banning food and drinks in subway cars.
It’s a jungle down there. Lately the Internet has been agog at the variety of varmints caught popping up on the New York City subway system.
Mayor Bloomberg tells David Letterman he thinks being governor is a “terrible job” and he’s not embarrassed to be ranked the 10th richest person in the nation.
NYC rat infestations are especially acute in Lower Manhattan, where many construction sites disturb their ancient underground nest.