Late Saturday night, Auburn Hills Police began receiving multiple phone calls of a bizarre scene taking place. A billboard on I-75 had pornography playing on it. What appears to be a prank has turned into a city-wide investigation after a video has surfaced showing two men breaking into the structure underneath the billboard, where the controls are. While it's only a 90-day misdemeanor for displaying pornographic material, burglary is a felony offense.
Someone decided that playing pornography on a double-sided billboard on I-75 in Auburn Hills would be entertaining. It lasted about 15 or 20 minutes.
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