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[VIDEO] Zagreb Mayor Shows City Council Cleaners How It’s Done

bandic with a hoseWhile opening the newly renovated Dolac farmers market on Monday morning, Zagreb’s Mayor Milan Bandic was not happy seeing dirt on the streets surrounding the popular city market, so he decided to take the hose into his own hands.

“It’s honorable to do any work, but you need a little bit more water and a little bit better organisation to make it impeccable. The 18 percent rise in tourists deserve a cleaner city,” the Mayor said whilst out on his cleaning mission at 4:30am on Tuesday morning.

Watch the Mayor in action below (video courtesy of Jutarnji list)

 

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