Someone Hacked A Freeway Sign To Display Pro-Donald Trump Message

On Christmas Day Caltrans Freeway sign in Corona Displayed Especial Message for Donald Trump.

On Christmas Day, Caltrans Freeway sign in Corona city California was hacked and defaced with messages in support of Presidental candidate Donald Trump.

An unexpected message for drivers was displayed at the Caltrans sign in Corona this Christmas, which read:

“Inland Empire supports Donald Trump. Merry Xmas. Vote Donald Trump.”

Actually, someone messed with the program of the Northbound 14 freeway sign at Ontario Avenue to display this message in support of Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump.

A couple witnessed the message while they were coming back from the movies. Nikki Worden stated that she and her husband returned to the sign board again to record its video.

Driving N/B 15 fwy in Corona look what we saw had to turn around and record this !!!! 󾓬󾓦

Posted by Nikki Miles Worden on Friday, 25 December 2015

More than 450,000 views have been received on their post since it was uploaded on Facebook on Friday night by Worden with a message: “Look what we saw had to turn around and record this!!!”.

The sign has been fixed now.

This is not the first time when a traffic sign was hacked. In January 2015, someone hacked Los Angeles traffic sign and defaced it with an awesome message about reading books.

In March 2013, a group of Serbian students penetrated into a billboard advertisement and defaced it with the logo of The Pirate Bay.

In September this year, someone defaced an electronic signboard in France with a vulgar poem.

In another incident, electronic street sign at San Francisco was hacked by someone just to display some NBA-oriented content on it.

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