Family Faces Fines Over Christmas Lights Display

A family in New Jersey puts up crazy Christmas decorations every year that draw hundreds of tourists . . . but their neighbors complained, so this year, the city will FINE them $3,000 per night.  The family is planning to go ahead with their light shows anyway.

There's a guy named Tom Apruzzi in Old Bridge, New Jersey, and for the past 15 years, he and his family have put up EPIC Christmas decorations.  They're so spectacular that they draw hundreds of tourists. 

But his neighbors have a problem with that.  They say it's blocking the street creating all kinds of safety issues and chaos . . . like, an ambulance couldn't get down the street if it needed to.  So they complained to the city. And this year, the city is cracking down on the Apruzzis.  They'll have to pay a $3,000 fine every night they have their decorations up to cover the cost of extra police and shuttles to and from the neighborhood. 

But Tom is planning to keep doing his light shows this year, starting tomorrow . . . and fight the power.

Quote, "If they shut me down, they're going to have to talk to my attorney.  This is my First Amendment right.  Free speech and free religion." 

What side are you on?

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