But before they could finish, the police showed up.
“San Francisco police stopped the removal of the sign shortly after it began,” Justin Sullivan wrote for Getty Images as part of a caption alongside his many excellent photos of the site
Either way, the result is that Twitter is now “er” to some bystanders.
And, for a time at least, some large letters were on the floor, including the white “W.” what musk claimed it was the center of a dispute with the owner. (I suspect the dispute might also have had to do with the rent Musk wasn’t paying.)
We haven’t seen anything to suggest that the Twitter demolition man was “cutting the Twitter logo out of the building with torches,” like Musk. He suggested in a Twitter Spaces conversation last night while playing Diablo IV.
Instead of torches, the demonstrator appears to be using an impact driver from Ridgid, one of The Home Depot’s own brands.