Middle finger lights removed from house; swastika may replace it

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DENHAM SPRINGS, LA – Sara Henderson of Denham Springs, La., put up her Christmas decorations right after Thanksgiving, only to be told to take some of them down.

The Baton Rouge Morning Advocate says neighbors complained when she put up a big lighted hand flipping the bird.

And it wasn’t the traditional turkey bird, either.

Henderson didn’t argue when a cop came by and told her to stop fingering her neighbors, even though she said she felt she was exercising her first amendment right to free speech, or even festive fingering.

Now she’s thinking about replacing the finger with a swastika, always a holiday favorite.