officials in a Utah The community wasn’t a fan of a skeleton pole dancing on city property last week.
The city of Grantsville, in a since-deleted Facebook postdemanded that a Hallowe’en The display will be removed from a street sign. The exhibit showed a skeleton working on city property as a pole, while other skeletons tossed money and watched from nearby folding chairs.
“Displays like this are not acceptable as it is against city code to attach anything to a street sign,” the post reads, noting that city officials would remove the display if the “responsible person” did not I picked it up before 9 pm on Wednesday.
The person behind the display moved it before the city’s deadline and also reportedly took it as an opportunity to up their decorating game.
The display, now moved to a front patio, features a new pole for the dancing skeleton along with more skeletons, stage-shaped lights and a tip jar. according to Salt Lake City’s Fox 13.
The Halloween display has “divided the community,” the outlet reported, with some finding it inappropriate while others brought their own decorations and left “money in the tip jar.”
“We’re going to go tip them when we leave. We know what it’s like to work for tips,” said Carrie Sly, a waitress at The Outpost in Grantsville, during a segment about the controversy posted to YouTube by Fox 32.
A man who told the station he put on the pole dancing display said he hoped it would continue “and get a little more elaborate as we go.”
“It might be a little risqué for some people, but it’s all in the name of fun,” he said.