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Yesterday, Doctor Who fans in Boulder reportedly hacked a highway sign, changing its message to "WARNING DALECKS AHEAD."

These sci-fi fanatics are hardly the first pranksters to pull off such a stunt. Here's a collection of ten more examples of road-sign hackery. Count down to the best ones below.

Number 10: "INTERNET HATE MACHINE"

Number 9: "RON PAUL 2012"

Number 8: "HIGH VOLTAGE WHEN WE TOUCH"

Number 7: "FLYING MONKEYS AHEAD"

Number 6: "FUCKIN FANG IT"

Page down to see our top five hacked road signs. Number 5: "NAZI ZOMBIES AHEAD"

Number 4: "GAY BEAR AHEAD"

Number 3: "MORE MONEY, MORE PROBLEMS."

Number 2: "HAMMER TIME"

Number 1: "HEY ASSHOLE...."

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