Residents of a Texas community are up in arms over graffiti that has been spray-painted across the front of a neighbor's home. Only the home's owner isn't too concerned -- after all, he did it himself.
Daryl McClain scrawled the message "To the motherf_____ that stole my truck. U R a dead man" across the front of the home's garage after his truck was stolen from his home on March 10.
Though McClain says that he only wrote the message to get his truck back (beneath the message, he wrote "2K NQA" meaning he is offering $2,000 for information, no questions asked), his neighbors say that it's an unnecessary and offensive eyesore that's been attracting unwanted attention to an otherwise peaceful street.
"It's like a parade route. Everybody comes by," neighbor Roy Patty told a local television station. "Children shouldn't be able to read something like that."
But McClain defends that he has every right to do so and that he is simply exercising his freedom of speech.
I would just like my stuff back," McClain says.
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