Efforts by city officials in Granstville, Utah, to remove a Halloween decoration of a pole-dancing skeleton seem to have backfired. The city posted on Facebook that the display, which was attached to a street sign, had to be removed. The post got quite a bit of negative feedback, which may be why the city deleted it. But people just started leaving GIFs of dancing skeletons in comments on the city’s other Facebook posts. Meanwhile, Christopher Fujushin, the creator of the original display, moved it to his front yard and added lights, music, and more skeletons. His neighbors have also donated items to make the display even bigger.