SPOKANE, WA - A prankster — or pranksters — in Washington State have a little too much time on their hands.
Someone stacked a park's picnic tables into the shape of a pyramid in Spokane.
They also put construction lights at the very top.
This is the fourth time in recent weeks officials have had to deal with the so-called "table stacker."
They say they don't know if the stacker is an average vandal or trying to express art.
"I think it looks kind of nice. It's interesting," said one observer at the park. "Again, I just don't know about the...the lights up on top."
"As cool as it is, it's upsetting because it takes money away from the city, and we're already on a budget," said another bystander. "It takes time away from people who have to do their job."
Park officials say it takes a lot of resources to undo these tables, using a forklift and a bucket truck.
They also say this stacking is dangerous because the tables could topple over and hurt someone.
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