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Pranksters Not Done Mocking 'Golden Butthole,' Release Latest Video


April 03, 2019, 9:40 AM

Until now, three men from a Birmingham advertising firm have released two videos mocking the "Golden Butthole," the sculpture on Hall Road Sterling Heights. Oops. We forgot, Friday the city announced the new official name -- "The Halo."

Well, now the trio has just released a third video mocking the $400,000 sculpture through a parody of the Netflix show "Stranger Things." They titled their video "Stranger Rings."

The parody has the kids from Stranger Things moving to Sterling Heights to ride the "Golden Butthole," says Andrew Kozinski, one of the creators. Watch below.



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