Los Angeles police have arrested a senior citizen who has been plastering the metro in the city with the message "Who Is John Scott?"

Los Angeles police have arrested a senior citizen who has been plastering the metro in the city with the message “Who Is John Scott?” We suppose most folks think that sticker taggers tend to be college kids on graphic design courses (or owners of social media start ups) but Mr Scott seems to have been spreading this message for over three decades. He also has been selling branded fabric patches, baseball caps and T-Shirts. The LA Times reports:

Deputies involved in a saturation patrol this morning at the downtown 7th and Metro Center subway station encountered the septuagenarian suspect, later identified as 74-year-old John Scott of Los Angeles, as he was putting slap tags in one of the main stairwells at the transit hub.

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