Police and firefighters were called in the midst of a pandemic season and raging firefighters to release a jackal that climbed a sign in Hollywood.
Only in cinemas, children.
Or, in this case, in a promotional activity in real life me gunga, new special comedy by ass star Steve-O, the aforementioned man.
In this latest incident, Steve-O and several assistants bent over a sign at the congested intersection of Cahuenga Boulevard and Yucca Street in Hollywood using several layers of black duct tape. She covered the fabric from her chest to her thighs, leaving her without a headscarf, barefoot, but able to post it socially on Instagram.
“I’m attached to a billboard right now,”; Steve-O wrote on Instagram. “And I want to emphasize that a team of professionals has really manipulated everything safely. There is a zero chance for me to fall, and it is important for me not to waste valuable city resources on this. I am happy that stay alone. “
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The trick was to let “the world know about this project for which I have worked so hard,” he wrote, referring to me gunga. However, he complained that he was injured after 90 minutes, and police went out to observe the scene.
“They say they’re not sure I’m committing any crime. I do not think so. I paid for the billboard,” Steve-O said. “Hopefully, no one worries too much.”
Finally, firefighters arrived, answering a phone call at 9:35 a.m., and helped him release and climb down.
“Many sources [were used]”Los Angeles Police Department Commander Brian Bixler told the Los Angeles Times’s Los Angeles Times Patrol Division.” We’re trying to keep them to a minimum for firefighters. But obviously the fire department has a lot of manipulation here, and it requires a lot of resources away from what we need to do – to make people safe. “
There was no charge against Steve-O for the stunt. The special comedy is available for broadcast on Steve-O’s website.