Elon Musk wanted to remove the Twitter sign but got stopped by the police halfway


By now, everyone around the world can see the new X logo replacing the Twitter blue bird on the platform. But that's not the only thing that's getting changed. In fact, Elon Musk attempted to remove the Twitter signboard at its headquarters...before the police arrived.

According to sources, the “San Francisco police halted the sign removal shortly after it began,”. It was a bit puzzling why the authorities came to stop the removal, Musk didn't get any permit for the cranes on the street, said Wayne Sutton. However, the police told the media that it was a misunderstanding.

"At approximately 12:39 P.M. officers assigned to Tenderloin Station responded to the area of 10th and Market Street regarding a report of a possible unpermitted street closure. Through their investigation officers were able to determine that no crime was committed, and this incident was not a police matter."


Furthermore, Twitter had the work order to take the sign down but was not communicated properly with the security and the property owner of the building. However, since the crane got removed from the street, the Twitter signboard is left with just "er" which is kind of hilarious.