DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A man's sign-climbing stunt that shut down the 110 Freeway on a June morning may prove to be financially costly for him.
The Los Angeles Times reported that Alexander Dunn, an aspiring rapper whose stage-name is Dephree, may have to pay restitution.
The California Highway Patrol on Wednesday was in the process of submitting a report to the District Attorney's Office.
Dunn was wearing only underwear June 27 when he climbed up onto a sign above the 110 Freeway in downtown Los Angeles. The incident prompted a massive response from firefighters and CHP officers and forced the shutdown of the busy freeway for about two hours.
Dunn eventually performed a backflip off of the sign, landed on a massive inflatable mattress and surrendered to authorities without incident.
He is scheduled to appear in court Thursday.
Man who climbed onto freeway sign, forcing shutdown of 110, may have to pay restitution
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