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L.A. County Bans Hole Digging, Footballs, And Frisbees On Beaches

L.A. County Bans Hole Digging, Footballs, And Frisbees On Beaches
6 years ago

L.A. County Bans Hole Digging, Footballs, And Frisbees On Beaches

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Well, not quite. Los Angeles beach goers were igniting picket signs from bonfires on the beach Thursday (actually just on the internet, because anonymity is TOTALLY awesome) after news hit that L.A. County had reportedly approved a $1,000 fine for throwing footballs and frisbees on beaches. This brought about concerns from parents where their kids playing on the beach and digging holes deeper than 18 inches could cost them a Benjamin or ten.

Turns out KCBS/KCAL had initially incorrectly reported on the story followed by even more media outlets world-wide, hitting as far as London, in this rampant game of ‘telephone’, alternatively called Chinese whispers – whose name sounds pretty racist.

I digress.

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