San Francisco has become a truly unique place where acceptance and tolerance takes on a special significance.

It’s a sad reality that locals know well, with many stepping on human feces and syringes in the streets as they dodge violent, homeless drug addicts who call the curb home.

This week, the rest of America got another glimpse of everyday life in The City by the Bay, and it’s an experience they won’t soon forget.

“You can’t see it but you can figure out what he’s doing. Oh yeah he also has a Meth pipe in his mouth,” SF_Deplorable posted to Twitter with a video from the California utopia. “His is the type of stuff you will see in the TL.”

TL refers to San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, which has become as well-known for its underground art spaces, classic concerts and historic theaters as it is for public defecation, open drug use and rancid stench.

The video shows a black man wearing what appears to be a brown trench coat and black ski mask sitting in a chair along the curb as folks go about their day. As the video moves around a car, it quickly becomes apparent the man is masturbating with his right hand, gazing wildly into the sky. A child in a school uniform passes in the background as the cameraman shouted: “Hey, what are you doing?”

The man snapped to attention and stared into the camera, penis in hand.

“What are you doing?” the cameraman shouted.

The man looked around as other students with parents strolled by, arm in arm.

He bent over, and adjusted the pipe dangling from his lips.

The man then picked boogers from his nose as he looked directly to the camera.

“Boy I wish I could unsee that,” Christina Jones. “This city has lost its mind.”

The video is only the latest in a long line of social media clips that attempt to raise awareness about the fallout from liberal policies on policing, drug use, and other crimes politicians in San Francisco have implemented over decades.

In December, Deborah Kan posted a picture to Twitter of a man taking a poop in the aisle of a popular drug store in the middle of a Sunday morning.

The image showed a disheveled gentleman in a man-bun with his pants around his knees, feces clearly visible on the floor near a chip display as he prepared to wipe.

“.@LondonBreed here’s a pic of a man on drugs taking a poo in aisle 10 of @Safeway Marina Sunday morning in #SF,” Kan, a health journalist, wrote on Dec. 15.

“Just curious, are the bathrooms locked for non-customer use?” Randy Treibel posted in response.

“Bathrooms are open!” Kan wrote. “This guy high as a kite.”

Several folks questioned how the man managed to find a package of toilet paper to use in the store.

Last month, SF­_Deplorable posted a different video of a man using a large concrete planted at a city park for his personal bathroom. That clip zoomed in on the man, with his pants around his ankles, as he hanged his backside into the planter.

The man, who covered his face, then flipped the middle finger to the camera.

“And a lovely good morning from #NancyPelosi’s district in San Francisco!” James Woods wrote in a message reposting the video.

Unfortunately, San Francisco residents voted last fall to ensure nothing will come of the outlandishly disgusting behavior.

In November, San Francisco voters elected radical liberal Chesa Boudin as the city’s newest district attorney based on his promises not to prosecute so-called “quality of life crimes” like public urination, defecation, and camping on the sidewalk, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

“We will not prosecute cases involving quality-of-life crimes,” he said. “Crimes such as public camping, offering or soliciting sex, public urination, blocking a sidewalk, etc., should not and will not be prosecuted. Many of these crimes are still being prosecuted; we have a long way to go to decriminalize poverty and homelessness.”

Boudin was raised by criminals who led the Weather Underground, a Communist revolutionary group best known for domestic terrorism in the 1970s, including the bombings of the Pentagon and police memorials, as well as arson attacks.

Boudin’s parents, Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, were sentenced to lengthy prison sentences for their roles in the robbery of an armored vehicle that left three police officers dead in 1981.