Saturday, November 11, 2017

This beauty queen became a sanitation worker

NY's sanitation department are called New York's Strongest.  So for a woman getting on the job is an achievement. 
The guys who work my neighborhood aren't as pretty as Nicole Doz.   That's for sure! 
NY Post reports this is one beauty queen who doesn’t mind being called trashy.
Pageant veteran Nicole Doz — the first runner-up for Miss Staten Island 2017 — has added a sanitation worker uniform to her wardrobe of sashes. And the 23-year-old is doing it all for the love of New York City.

“That’s why I took the job!” she told The Post. “It’s not the most glamorous look, but that doesn’t mean [the job’s] not awesome.”

And getting to her new title of street sweeper was even more grueling than going through talent, interview and swimsuit contests. There’s “the physical test, the medical test,” Doz said. “And a timed obstacle course where you have to lift and maneuver weighted bins around to simulate the actual day-to-day work.” She practiced by hitting the gym with her dad, John, an 18-year employee of the NYC Department of Sanitation.

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