Twitter eliminated half its HQ signal — then the police arrived

A worker removes letters from the Twitter sign that is posted on the exterior of Twitter headquarters.
The Twitter signal is coming down in San Francisco. | Photograph by Justin Sullivan / Getty Photographs

Twitter, in case you in some way haven’t heard, is rebranding as “X,” ditching one of many world’s most iconic and theoretically invaluable manufacturers in change for Elon Musk’s private thought of cool. At the moment, the theoretically-not-Musk-led firm owned by Musk additionally tried to take away the Twitter signal at its headquarters at 1355 Market Road in San Francisco.

Earlier than they might end, the police confirmed up.

“San Francisco police halted the signal removing shortly after it started,” wrote Justin Sullivan for Getty Photographs as a part of a caption alongside his many glorious images of the positioning.

We haven’t confirmed why police pressed pause. Initially, one other observer, Wayne Sutton, tweeted that Musk didn’t get a allow for the crane.

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