11 Of The Craziest Hacked Roadside Signs
In July 2014, a road construction sign that was supposed to alert drivers to closed lanes was hacked to instead project the phrase, "F**k her right in the p***y."
Acme Barricades, the company that owns the sign, told the TV station that vandals somehow got into the computer on the sign. It has since changed the passwords.
The "FHRITP" phrase seen on the sign, obscene as it is, has become the Internet meme of the moment. Cincinnati filmmaker John Cain started the dubious craze in January when he uploaded a video of a fake news blooper where he pretended to be a reporter saying those words on air to the dismay of a shocked female anchorwoman, according to NewsNet5.com. Since then, he's uploaded two other fake videos where another man appears to interrupt a newscast to say the same very offensive six words.
Cain's videos were revealed to be a hoax by Mediaite, but the FHRITP meme has caught on.
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