(Screenshot viaCnet/ Leslie Berland)
In addition, Rachel Gordon warned the company of the cost of cleaning up the "cowhide" ads: "Our street cleaning and inspection team is aware of this, and if it is necessary to clean it up, we will send bills to offenders."
Twitter did not immediately respond to requests for comment from foreign media. But in fact, Twitter is not the first technology company to spray "cowhide" on the streets of San Francisco.
In 2012, IBM was at Peace, Love.
According to the city's statistics, they found more than 300 simple templates on the streets, with pictures of peace, hearts and penguins, which are just the official mascots of Linux.
Meanwhile, there are complaints about technology giants widening the gap between rich and poor in the San Francisco Bay Area, especially criticism of the city's controversial "Twitter tax cuts" (the abolition of wages and stock option taxes for six technology companies) in 2011.