‘Joey Ramone Place’ Most-Stolen Street Sign?

NEW YORK (AP) — Officials say a metal homage to the late punk legend Joey Ramone may be New York City’s most-stolen street sign.

The Department of Transportation recently had the “Joey Ramone Place” sign reinstalled in lower Manhattan for the fourth time since 2003.

This time, it was raised 8 eight feet to curb temptation putting it about 20 feet above street level.

The group’s longtime drummer, Marky Ramone, thinks Joey would appreciate the most-stolen distinction. But he adds: “Now you have to be an NBA player to see it.”

The sign is at the corner of Bowery and East Second Street.

DOT spokesman Seth Solomonow said Broadway, Wall Street and Love Lane signs also have attracted sign thieves.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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  1. A Wild Blumen says:

    they should sell some souvenirs like bandanas or flags so people wouldn´t need to steal it away

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  3. JD says:

    Baba Booey.

    Love you Joey!!!!

  4. Mike says:

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