This is absolutely hilarious!
NBC New York reports that someone hacked into an electronic traffic sign on Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco Wednesday, posting alerts that said “Godzilla Attack” and “Turn Back.”
Ali Wunderman spotted the signs just after 9 p.m. and took pictures. At first she thought it was a PR campaign for the new Godzilla movie, now in theaters.
Paul Indelicato of Pacific Highway Rentals told SFGate that the digital signs were set up in order to warn drivers about street delays for the Bay to Breakers race on Sunday.
So far, there’s no word on who the prankster might be. I, for one, would like to buy them Taco Bell.
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