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    Residents in Delco Stunned After Being Given Coffee Bags Amid Trash Collection Drought
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    Residents in suburban Philadelphia are stunned after finding bags of coffee on their porches amid a halt in trash collection due to coronavirus, Your Content has learned.

    What’s more, goats continue to patrol the streets after officials tasked them with cleaning the greenery.

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    “We go from all the trash nonsense to free coffee. Oh my what is going on in UD these days.” said Upper Darby local Rose Buszka.

    The response came after Jennifer Kuhfuss announced she and a friend found coffee on their doorsteps.

    “Came home from the shore yesterday and found two small cans of coffee in a bag hanging from my front door didn’t think much about it until a friend of mine found some on her door today, does anyone know anything about it?” asked Kuhfuss.

    The free coffee comes after officials warned locals that rodents are descending on the town as garbage collection has been closed due to coronavirus.

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    “My whole block got them. Promo from Starbucks.” Joni Besnick wrote, igniting a Facebook war about the suspicious coffee beans.

    “Starbucks burns their beans. It’s crap coffee. I buy Batdorf & Bronson from Olympia, WA – french press grind.” coffee critic Julez Muscufo declared.

    One local added a wisecrack: “Everyone can calm down. We got ours Saturday. Husband tried it Sunday morning.

    He’s no longer with us…but no worries, his cause of death was COVID” said Kelly Franciosa.

    “No thank you Starbuck sucks!” wrote John Vizzarri.

    Many locals started hawking the corporate coffee beans to neighbors.

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