Is a fashion company telling Staten Islanders they are garbage?

American Eagle Outfitters a short while back released a line of sweatshirts showcasing visuals of Peanuts gang people and paired each individual one with a Ny borough.

Brooklyn was represented by “Joe Cool” Snoopy sporting his hipster shades.

Manhattan featured beloved Charlie Brown and Linus leaning on the brick wall.

Staten Island received stinky Pig Pen.

Staten Island just isn’t happy.

The city’s smallest borough, which hosted the world’s most sizeable landfill for fifty per cent a century right right until 2001, continues to be being very fragile with regard to all things odorous.

“It’s about the Staten Island DUMP!! Pig-pen & the dump kinda go hand & hand,” wrote a person poster to, which first reported the story. “But the dump has been closed for a though now they need to move on compare us to something else!!!!”

American Eagle contends they weren’t dumping to the forgotten borough.

“We are sorry if anyone took exception to the shirt. It is part of a line that was meant to showcase the lovable Peanuts figures and in no way make any statement about the good people today of Staten Island,” the company told The Post.

Staten Islanders can take solace in a person thing: Queens and the Bronx didn’t even get their own shirts.