Visitors to world's tallest tree can face $5,000 fines, up to 6 months in jail

Hyperion, certified by Guinness World Records as the world's tallest living tree, is officially off-limits to visitors.

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anthony armenta
anthony armenta
8 · 9 days ago · Twitter

But it's OK to use fentanyl on public streets in front of kids.

Timothy Bond
Timothy Bond
7 · 9 days ago · Twitter

The law goes on: anyone who so much as looks at the tree using binoculars, telescopes or other optical devices will be fined $500. Those who can actually see tree with the naked eye, and do so: $1000. Fines go down from there to speaking & thinking about it = $250/$50