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The prank occurred early Monday afternoon in the Hollywood hills.
The plaintiff hopes to be awarded $75,000 for the destroyed property.
Officials are investigating after a similar structure vanished in Utah.
Biologists said the discovery could be a first along a long stretch of Indian coastline.
"There's more than one up there," the former Senate majority leader says in the new UFO documentary "The Phenomenon."
“If they teach the others bad language and I end up with 250 swearing birds, I don’t know what we’ll do,” the park's CEO lamented.
The Finnish canine coronavirus detectors can sense the virus by sniffing the neck sweat of travellers.