Authorities Question How 2 High-Profile Stunts Were Able to Take Place on New Year's Day

Protesters hung from the rafters during a Vikings game, bringing awareness to the Dakota Access Pipeline, while another set of pranksters altered the iconic Hollywood sign to read "Hollyweed."
1:19 | 01/02/17

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Transcript for Authorities Question How 2 High-Profile Stunts Were Able to Take Place on New Year's Day
Texas banning the use of cell phones while driving. Marci, thank you. Now, to the stunts pulled off on new year's day. Here's Phillip Mena. Reporter: The new year kicking off with those two brazen stunts. In Hollywood, a shock this morning. Overnight, the iconic 45-foot-tall Hollywood sign altered to read "Hollyweed." It makes you wonder first of all how they did it. Reporter: Artistic, maybe, bold definitely. But not original. Marijuana enthusiasts pulling the same prank on new year's day in 1976. Well I kind of like the traditional sign, but you know it's kind of cool being here at the moment. Reporter: Two protesters -- one wearing that purple Brett Favre Jersey -- dangling from the rafters of U.S. Bank stadium. Unfurling this giant banner above the crowd. "Divest #nodapl" it read, a rallying cry for those protesting the construction of the Dakota access pipeline. The game going on uninterrupted. Experts saying the two very public stunts expose lapses in security. It just showed people that may want to commit a crime where people are going to get hurt, that there are weaknesses and gaps in security in these different locations, and they can exploit that. Reporter: The Hollywood sign is back to Normal, and no word so far on who may be responsible. Thank you. And we have an update on

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