A prankster or pranksters in Washington state have a little too much time on their hands.
Someone stacked a park's picnic tables into the shape of a pyramid in Spokane.
They also put construction lights at the very top.
This is the fourth time in recent weeks officials have had to deal with the so-called "table stacker."
They say they don't know if the stacker is an average vandal or trying to express art.
"I think it looks kind of nice. It's interesting. Again, I just don't know about the -- the lights up on top."
"As cool as it is, it's upsetting because it takes money away from the city, and we're already on a budget. It takes time away from people who have to do their job."
Parks officials say it takes a lot of resources to undo these tables -- using a forklift and a bucket truck.
They also say this stacking is dangerous because the tables could topple over and hurt someone. Parks officials say it takes a lot of resources to undo these tables -- using a forklift and a bucket truck.
They also say this stacking is dangerous because the tables could topple over and hurt someone.
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