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After her controversy over garbage collectors, Carla Bruni poses in the middle of trash cans in Paris


The singer and former first lady celebrated the arrival of spring... on a pile of rubbish, in reference to the garbage collectors' strike.

Trash: "four consonants and four vowels" ... Carla Bruni took Internet users by surprise, this Tuesday, March 21, by celebrating the arrival of spring with a photo of her on a mound of trash cans.

The singer and former first lady appears all smiles, sneakers on her feet and sunglasses screwed on her nose.

"Spring !"

she enthuses in legend, in French, Italian and English, the three languages ​​they master.

Nicolas Sarkozy's wife is ironic here about the garbage collectors' strike, in opposition to the pension reform, and the tons of waste that have stuck in Paris in recent days.

At the same time, Carla Bruni does not hesitate to tackle Anne Hidalgo, who is, according to her, responsible for the situation.

"Long live @annehidalgo my darling," she wrote, in response to a message from singer Vitaa, visibly bewildered.

In video, Carla Bruni sings

My Raymond

, declaration of love to Nicolas Sarkozy

"People's misery makes you laugh"

As expected, the reactions were not long in coming.

Immediately, Internet users took the side of Carla Bruni, highlighting the chaos that reigns in Paris.

"When you see what she [Anne Hidalgo] has done with Paris.... it lets you imagine what she would have done with France," writes a subscriber to the former first lady.

However, the joke was not to everyone's taste.

“And the misery of people makes you laugh!

It’s distressing!”, castigates another.

Carla Bruni had already drawn the wrath of internet users a few days ago, after a comment under the publication of the deputy La France Insoumise, Clémentine Autain.

The latter had shared on her social networks a sequence of the passage of Brahim Sidibé, garbage collector invited on the set of the 20 Hours of TF1 to talk about the burning subject of pension reform, which has been agitating France for several weeks.

“I am a garbage man.

I've been doing this job for thirteen years, and for eight years I was in the back of the dumpster.

(…) I can tell you that the job we do is a job that is painful”, we hear him declare in the sequence.

And to add: “We have colleagues who are unfit and some do not even reach the retirement age before, so I tell you, if it goes up to 64, I call that an assassin's reform".

A poignant testimony, which had then aroused the laughter of the interpreter of

Someone told me


“Hahahahaha,” she replied, accompanying her message with several emoticons.

Carla Bruni has since deleted her comment.

Source: lefigaro

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