One day after issuing a performance audit that delivered a black eye to Muni's drivers, management, and board of directors, city budget analyst Harvey Rose showed up at the Board of Supervisors with a massive black eye of his own.
Rose, however, assured SF Weekly that there wasn't anything criminal about his shocking appearance, which had nothing to do with his hard-hitting audit. It had more to do with the city's hard-hitting pavement.
“I fell walking home from a restaurant on Saturday. And I look great today compared to yesterday,” Rose told SF Weekly. “We were in the Richmond District and, I am so embarrassed, I don't know what the hell happened. I was with my wife and three other people and, somehow, on Clement and Seventh, I just tripped.”