You read the opening of this article on the BBC web site and instead of rattling off a Disgusted of Tonbridge Wells letter about the sloppy sentence construction used by journalists these days, you think, "Hmmm.... There could be a story in that..."
The sentences in question were:
Just ride the subway to hear people's stories of New York rats. "They're everywhere," says one traveller.
"You'll see six of them just waiting for the train," says another.