Mel Brooks Fan Attaches Fake Cease-and-Desist Letter to Fake Air Ads
East Villagers have probably seen those "ads" that feature people inhaling air out of Evian bottles. They're not real Evian ads, but that hasn't stopped a clever Mel Brooks fan from attaching his/her own take to them:
Perri-Air! It's a Spaceballs reference!
There's also a cease-and-desist letter from "President Skroob" (that's Brooks's character in the movie -- which, if you haven't seen it, it's a classic):
This was all spotted on First Avenue between 4th and 5th.
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