The Cringeworthy Thing Rachel Brosnahan Pulled Out Of Her NYC Toilet

Since the COVID-19 variant omicron first arrived in the U.S. a few weeks ago, prominent personalities including President Joe Biden and leading infectious disease specialist Dr. Anthony Fauci have once again urged Americans to heed health advisories and exercise care. A few famous people outside of politics are also contributing, though some in less conventional ways than others. Rachel Brosnahan, who plays Mrs. Maisel in “The Marvelous Mrs.

On December 21, Brosnahan posted a fairly disgusting photo of herself fixing a toilet on Instagram. Interestingly, she began the comment with a note addressed to the citizens of the city, which was seeing yet another sharp rise in COVID-19 cases because of the omicron variety. She wrote, “New York, I adore you.” “Be safe out there, people, and while this new wave sweeps through our ranks, let’s kindly watch out for one another.”

The “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” actor was shown kneeling next to a toilet with a plunger in one hand and what seemed to be a broken broom stick in the other. However, Brosnahan chose a different approach, one that explained why this was the case. The remainder of the caption explained why Brosnahan got stuck in the toilet bowl as well as the terrible discovery that was tucked away amid the pipes.

Rachel Brosnahan pulled a dead rat out of a toilet in her latest Instagram photo

The last word of Rachel Brosnahan’s Instagram post (seen above) made clear what she was retrieving from her apartment’s bathroom. In a terrifying postscript and accompanying conclusion, Brosnahan added, “In other NYC news, today I fished a drowned rat out of our toilet.”

Sewer rats are a common sight in New York City, as anybody who has lived there knows. They may even be turned into memes, as seen by the success of the 2015 film “Pizza Rat,” in which a rat in New York City was observed dragging a whole pizza into the subway tunnels beneath the Five Boroughs.

However, it’s possible that Brosnahan discovered the rat in the toilet since the number of rats in one of the most populous cities in the United States has dramatically grown since the start of the COVID-19 epidemic. The New York Times reports that from November 2020 to November 2021, 21,000 phone calls were sent in response to reports of rat sightings, a considerable rise over the previous year. According to The Times, this increase was caused by a combination of an increase in home rubbish created and thrown in non-commercial ways and a rise in closed and abandoned restaurants, which are breeding sites for rats.