Yabba Dabba … no? California town sues over ‘Flintstone House’

A proprietor adding dinosaur figures to the Flintstone House did not make one San Francisco Straight Region town yell “Yabba Dabba Doo.”

The town of Hillsborough sued Florence Tooth a week ago, asserting she damaged neighborhood laws via finishing the yards of the orange-and-purple, bulbous-molded house.

Nearby authorities a year ago marked the property with puppets of characters from “The Flintstones” vivified animation arrangement as an open disturbance. Tooth introduced extensive metal models, a staircase, a stopping strip, a deck and a carport sign named “Yabba Dabba Doo” since purchasing the structure in 2017.

Drivers can recognize the slope multi-domed home from Interstate 280. Engineer William Nicholson structured it during the 1970s, the San Francisco Narrative announced, showering concrete over a wire work and steel outline.

A code authorization board requested Tooth to evacuate the highlights by December in the wake of deciding the “exceedingly unmistakable blemish” misses the mark regarding network principles. The city likewise charged Tooth, previous distributer of the San Francisco Inspector, a $200 punishment, the Account revealed.

The claim requests that a judge make Tooth expel the dinosaurs and dolls. Tooth’s grandson said in an explanation that she “will battle to spare the Flintstone House.”

“I think the dinosaurs are lovely. They make everybody grin and should remain,” Sean Tooth said.

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