Arts Festival's Burning Man Torched Early

Paul Addis burned the Burning Man. He torched the symbol of the annual Burning Man Arts Festival in the Nevada desert. It's wood and neon, 40 feet high. The symbol is meant to be burned. But Addis, who's a performance artist, burned the Burning Man four days early. He has now been arrested. Festival organizers have promised to rebuild the Burning Man so they can burn him again.

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