A Controversial Pole-Dancing Skeleton Halloween Decoration

Some residents of a neighborhood in Utah are upset about a Halloween decoration that shows a skeleton POLE-DANCING . . . on a STREET SIGN. Two other skeletons sit on chairs nearby . . . holding up fake bills.

The guy who created the display is Christopher Fujishin.

Neighbors complained . . . and the city told him he needed to take it down, because it's a code violation to have anything hanging on a street sign . . . even skeletal erotic dancers.  (Here's a photo.)

Christopher complied . . . but he just moved the display onto his own property. He also made it BIGGER, and added lights, music, and more skeletons.

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