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SeaWorld prank lands Steve-O in hot water

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Stuntman Steve-O may find himself jumping through hoops to get himself out of trouble after releasing a video that shows him altering a local highway sign to make it say "SeaWorld sucks!"

He is expected to be hit with a $7,000 fine for changing the billboard. Although, his friends at PETA are expected to pay his fee.

The animal rights group supports Steve-O's efforts saying in part, "animals are not ours to use for entertainment."

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