A Utah man’s pole dancing skeleton display has residents picking sides after city officials called for the risqué display to be taken down.
According to an Instagram post shared by local news outlet The Ogdenite, city officials of the Utah town were not happy with one resident’s cheeky skeleton set up outside of their home.
In the screenshot posted initially by Grantsville City’s official Facebook account, which has since been deleted, a skeleton can be seen hanging from a street sign while two other skeletons appear to be watching the funny scene.
Christopher Fujishin’s skeleton display featured two skeletal onlookers “watching” a skeleton with a purple wig “dancing” on a stop sign near his home in Grantsville, Utah.
“Maybe a little risqué for some people but it’s all in the name of fun,” Fujishin told KSTU.
Grantsville City addressed their message to “the person responsible for this display”: “You have until 9pm tonight (October 18) to take down your decorations or they will be removed by the city. Displays like this are not acceptable as it is against city code to attach anything to a street sign.”
The person behind the display moved it before the city’s deadline ― and reportedly used it as an opportunity to step up their decoration game, too.
The display, now moved into a front yard, features a new pole for the dancing skeleton along with more skeletons, lights in the shape of a stage and a tip jar, according to Salt Lake City’s Fox 13.
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