Donald Trump Given s ** t to many, someone decided to return the gesture in kind … smeared a lot of dog droppings on his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Someone dropped a baggage on a star on Thursday … depending on their political tendencies … much to the regrets and joys of tourists.
And this is interesting … it’s not vandalism, so no one who drops the do-do will be prosecuted. According to CA law, someone could be prosecuted for vandalism if they were “stained with graffiti or other engraved material” or if they damaged or destroyed someone else’s property.
Here, hose down works fine, but it’s too much to reach.
It is now possible to quote criminals who violate LA’s Pooper Scooper Act, which requires dog owners to pick up after their pets.
Over the last five years, the star has undergone many vandalism. James Otis, A member of the famous Otis Elevator Fam, I took a pickaxe Became a star several times in 2016 and in the years that follow. He did not object to vandalism and received community services and a $ 4,400 fine. He was put on probation for three years.
He was arrested and charged with felony vandalism last year … the case seems to be underway.
George Lopez pretend Pee the stars Back in 2018 … but you won’t be prosecuted for forging your pee.
There are also other cases of vandalism.The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, which manages the Walk of Fame, has always restored or replaced the star, albeit at some point. They put a barrier Around the stars.