Police Stop Work At Twitter HQ In Crime-Ridden San Fran Over Permit ‘Misunderstanding’

  • Police stopped workers from removing the iconic Twitter lettering outside the company’s headquarters in downtown San Francisco on Monday in what officers now say was a “misunderstanding.”
  • On Monday, billionaire CEO Elon Musk announced Twitter would be rebranding to “X,” unveiling a new logo for the company and promising to change how users interact on the platform. Work crews were seen at Twitter HQ in Market Square using a cherry picker to take down the @ symbol and lettering that spells “Twitter” on the corner of the building.
  • But police officers responded to the scene and brought the work to a halt in apparent confusion over whether the workers had the proper permits for the removal process, KTVU FOX 2 reported. Building security was on the scene and attempted to reclaim the letters from a work truck.
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