“OMG” is right. Check out this photo of NYPD officers leaving Ebola victim Dr. Craig Spencer’s apartment in Harlem yesterday. Notice anything wrong?

Listen, we’re not doctors here at Twitchy … but neither are those cops. Were they told that it was OK to dispose of potentially infected rubber gloves in a public trashcan?

More photos here:

And as if on cue, Media Mutters weighs in:

A good question — but don’t expect an answer from Boehlert.

Now, this might entirely be true:

But we were also told last night that the chance of an Ebola infection at the bowling alley visited by Dr. Spencer was low and the health department shut it down out of an “abundance of caution”:

The risk may be “nil,” but it’s the optics that matter.

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