Christmas display shows Santa’s disapproval of terror group
By Associated Press | December 23, 2015, 9:26 EST
LIMERICK, Maine (AP) — Deputies paid a visit to a southern Maine home after its owner’s raunchy anti-terrorist Christmas light display was misconstrued as support for the Islamic State group.
The Portland Press Herald reports (http://bit.ly/1P1RlIa) the homeowner, who wasn’t identified, used lights to spell out the word “ISIS” on a board below the deck of the home in Limerick.
York County Sheriff William King says that was all a concerned resident saw when he notified the office of a potential “ISIS sympathizer.”
What he didn’t see, however, was the illuminated plastic Santa Claus placed atop the deck that appeared to be urinating on the word ISIS via a strand of white lights.
King says no laws were broken and the homeowner will rearrange the lights to “clear up any doubts about his message.”
Information from: Portland Press Herald, http://www.pressherald.com
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