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Summertime Prankers Hit The Streets

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Summertime Prankers Hit The Streets

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Summertime Prankers Hit The Streets

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Drivers in Kentucky were the latest to see an electronic alert on an interstate warning of zombies ahead. And, the manager of Legoland discovered his car had been replaced with a life-sized replica made of 200,000 Legos.

K: nightly lane closures - zombies ahead. Highway officials were not amused and quickly killed the gag alert about the undead.

And another prank stopped the manager of California's theme park Legoland from hitting the road. He discovered his car had been replaced with a life-sized replica made of 200,000 Legos.

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