RAYMOND, N.H. - An inappropriate highway sign in New Hampshire was reportedly taken down Sunday.
Sometime early in the morning, an "Attractions" sign along Route 101 in New Hampshire was updated with the silhouette of a stripper, according to Republican National Committee Member Steve Duprey.
The well-known businessman tweeted a picture of the sign on westbound 101 at exit 5.
According to the New Hampshire Union-Leader, the decal was removed from the sign -- which has been blank for some time.
Google Maps shows a McDonald's, Dunkin' Donuts, Bowling Center, Tavern and Hannaford's all closer to the exit than the nearest adult entertainment store.
Check out NH Rte 101 west, exit 5 state erected attractions sign. Bet no other state has one like this. pic.twitter.com/jQZxCYYmEF— Steve Duprey (@SecretaryofFun) September 4, 2016
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