CHICAGO (CBS) — A pile of dozens of Divvy bikes was piled on top of each other at a docking station near Clark and Addison over the weekend as the Cubs hosted their first full-capacity weekend since the pandemic, as they took on the Cardinals.
Several people snapped and shared pictures of the metal mountain on social media.READ MORE: Rollover Crash On Lake Shore Drive Closes Northbound Lanes Between Fullerton And Belmont Avenues
This is what happens when you divvy by zero. pic.twitter.com/bx5DIexNlE
— Holy Cow (@CatholicCubsFan) June 14, 2021READ MORE: Brookfield Zoo Hosting Blood Drive Wednesday; Free Admission With Donation
It appears Divvy doesn’t mind the mess. It urges people to take their bikes to get to the ballpark on game days, and stations a valet there to collect the bikes.MORE NEWS: 16-Year-Old Girl Killed In Hit-And-Run Crash In Hermosa
By Monday morning, Divvy had the bike stall cleared out of all the excess bikes, and the docking station was back to normal.