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Start-Up Twice Apologizes After Being Called Out For Trashing Dolores Park

Start-Up Twice Apologizes After Being Called Out For Trashing Dolores Park
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Twice, a multi-million dollar start-up is apologizing after being called out for trashing Dolores Park.

A multi-million dollar start-up is apologizing after being called out for trashing Dolores Park.

Twice, a San Francisco-based start-up, was recently acquired by eBay, and to celebrate the occasion, the company threw a party in Dolores Park.

A tipster told SF Weekly company employees were out in Dolores Park on Wednesday, "drinking champagne, eating pizza, and launching confetti in the air," leaving the public park a mess. 

One man took to Twitter to call out Twice for trashing Dolores Park.

Party DJ "Robot Dance Party" tweeted his frustration that the company was allowed to celebrate in the park. He posted, “This makes me really sad. I got shut down by rangers, where were they when these people trashed the park?”

Twice apologized on Twitter and led up a clean-up effort at the park.

Despite that, Robot Dance Party wrote on Facebook Friday that he will be talking to Scott Wiener, a member of San Francisco Board of Supervisors, about the park.

"I support protecting the park and keeping it comfortable and fun for everyone, and I think he does too," Robot Dance Party wrote. "We just need to have a real conversation, human to robot."

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