Winter Park Sign Tells Drivers to “Smoke Weed”

Hacked sign in Winter Park said, "Smoke weed erryday."

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    A sign used to warn motorists of traffic and road closures was instead used to advise them to "Smoke weed erryday" Sunday in Winter Park.

    The sign was spotted in the area of Minnesota Avenue and Clay Street, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

    The obviously hacked sign drew a lot of attention, some people even stopped to take pictures, the report said.

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    Another sign a few blocks away that read "Jackson Ave closed to thru traffic," drew less attention.

    A few years ago, a traffic sign on the Palmetto Expressway in northwest Miami-Dade was hacked to read "No Latinos No Tacos."
     

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