The New York Post is reporting that a “community refrigerator” set up by New York state Sen. Jessica Ramos to offer free meals to those in need has been vandalized.

The Post reports:

The full-size fridge was set up in front of state Sen. Jessica Ramos’ district office in East Elmhurst in October, and was staffed by dozens of volunteers to provide free meals to the poor.

But when The Post visited Saturday morning, there were food containers and spilled rice on the ground, and the doors of the fridge and the electrical grid in the back were “destroyed,” according to Ramos, who called it “an act of hatred.”

We’re surprised it lasted since October.

Good catch.

While we’re at it, let’s check in on Seattle:

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