Police Share Hilarious House Demolition ‘Don’t’ Out of New Jersey

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What to Know

  • The South Brunswick Police Department tweeted out photos Tuesday of a hilarious do-it-yourself demolition job at a warehouse on Georges Road
  • Police say a person, with permits, demolished a building by hooking up a rope to the back of a pickup truck -- which is not allowed
  • Chief of Police Raymond J. Hayducka said the DIY demolition job kicked up dust to a nearby neighborhood; work stop order was issued

OK -- in this case it worked, but police in New Jersey are saying do not follow suit and demolish a building by hooking up a rope to the back of a pickup truck!

The South Brunswick Police Department tweeted out photos Tuesday of a hilarious do-it-yourself demolition job at a warehouse on Georges Road.

"Police, Fire, and Code Enforcement responded to a Georges Road warehouse for a collapsed building Tuesday morning. Officers learned the owner had a permit to demolition the building but was doing it improperly - he hooked a rope to the building and pulled it with his pick up," the tweet read.

The Chief of Police Raymond J. Hayducka tells NBC 4 New York that the DIY demolition job kicked up dust to a nearby neighborhood.

He said code enforcement subsequently issued a stop work order.

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