NJ.com – A flashing video sign on I-80 in Hackensack offered drivers something more suggestive than the routine safety message on Sunday after someone hacked into the control box. A Facebook video posted Sunday afternoon showed the sign parked on I-80 near Exit 65 in Hackensack flashing the message and displaying a phone number to passing traffic. A call to the number listed on the video sign was answered by an answering machine.
Live look at everyone in Jersey rushing to the phones after that emergency alert:
I mean, how else are the good motorists in The Garden State supposed to know where to get the best blowjobs? The NJ DOT is simply providing a valuable service to the community. On the surface, it seems like a simple hacking situation in the name of spite towards an ex. But then again, it is New Jersey. Stranger things have happened. But major probs to the staunch reporters of NJ.com for following through and calling the number for all of us. And they say investigative journalism is dead. HA!
I’m actually surprised we don’t see more of these hackjobs on the roadways, and that’s after we’ve seen over a billion already. It can’t be that hard. I don’t think we have Neos infiltrating the Matrix to provide motorists with fine updates such as these: