Twitter, in case you somehow haven’t heard, is rebranding as “X,” ditching one of the world’s most iconic and theoretically valuable brands in exchange for Elon Musk’s personal idea of cool. Today, right now as we speak, the theoretically-not-Musk-led company owned by Musk is also attempting to remove the Twitter sign at its headquarters at 1355 Market Street in San Francisco.
But before they could finish, the police showed up.
“San Francisco police halted the sign removal shortly after it began,” wrote Justin Sullivan for Getty Images as part of a caption alongside his many excellent photos of the site.
We haven’t confirmed why police pressed pause or whether they’ll soon let Twitter continue demolishing it, but another observer, Wayne…