It's time to call the maid...
To be honest I don't think this particular image is really benefitting from HDR, in fact I would argue that it is hurting the image.
There isn't a very high dynamic range in this composition, in fact I'm sure you could have probably gotten all the highlight and lowlight values in this shot from a single exposure. It seems that you are using HDR to simply amplify the detail contrast to accentuate the grungyness of the scene. The main problem with this is that now you have enhanced the micro contrast of the area of the picture that is out of focus causing the bokeh to become very nervous and distracting (the opposite of what bokeh should be).
If you want the micro contrast in the foreground there are many ways to achieve this effect without global hdr on the entire image. Just my constructive criticism.