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Six People Arrested For Changing Hollywood Sign To Read ‘HOLLYBOOB’ Six people have been arrested for changing the iconic ‘Hollywood’ sign to read ‘HOLLYBOOB’ as a publicity stunt. The pranksters used large tarps to alter the ‘W’ and ‘D’ on Monday.  According to police, the stunt was done to promote breast cancer awareness.  But at least one of the pranksters – Instagram influencer and and Shagmag founder Julia Rose, says it was to protest Instagram’s rules on banning nudity.  The Hollyboob crew were charged with trespassing but not vandalism, because the sign was not damaged by their stunt. Ever pull any large-scale pranks in your younger days?  Were you ever caught?

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