AC/DC Fans Warned To Leave New Street Sign Alone
Australia's Herald Sun is reporting that extra security measures are planned to prevent fans from removing the ACDC Lane signs in Mebourne after they are installed Friday (Oct. 1).
Lord Mayor John So will install the signs at what was Corporation Lane, off Flinders Lane in the block between Exhibition and Russell streets.
Councillor Kimberley Kitching hoped fans would leave the signs alone. "They'll be well secured so don't even bother trying to take them," she said.
"Also, some of the bars in the lane are strong supporters of the renaming and they will be working with us to make sure the signs stay there."
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