As Jose Lambiet’s Gossip Extra is reporting, a South Florida firehouse is, well, under fire today after officials discovered rolls of toilet paper bearing the picture of President Barack Obama in use there.
Administrators in Pompano Beach are investigating how the offending toilet paper — which sells for $5 per roll on various websites — ended up in a building ultimately owned by taxpayers.
And it’s not the first political incident at the firehouse, located on Northeast 16th Street near Sample Road.
Earlier this month, a firefighter was ordered to remove anti-Obama stickers from his locker.
“If you have an opinion you're certainly entitled to it, everyone has their opinion,” City spokeswoman Sandra King told WSVN-Channel 7.
“Put it on your own personal vehicle or your own personal things. But you don’t display it on city property, on city grounds that maybe someone else doesn’t agree with that's politically motivated and its inappropriate.”