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In-N-Out Solves The Drought Problem: Strikes Water!

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Loyal LAist reader Evan Price caught this photo of a water main of some sort (we hope that's water) shooting out of the In-N-Out over by Universal City near the Vivid building today around 1:30pm.

This is where a lesser blog would make some sort of childish sexual innuendo about liquids gushing in the vicinity of the world's largest porn company, working in a punchline of "Now that's what we call Animal Style", but we're trying to get into Newsweek next month.

Instead here's Evan with his description of the roadside bukkake.

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The Cahuenga Pass springs a leak I almost had to drive through this geyser. This was haphazardly taken from the Southbound 101 and it towered stories over W. Cahuenga Blvd in SC. Imagine the horror to find out that your In & Out was soaked in water instead of grease. I'm still shaking.

The 101 seems to be slowing a bit still southbound, but not terribly so. Well thanks Evan, and thanks for thinking of us when you saw today's little disaster.

photo by Evan Price

Update: Video after the jump!

video by LAist reader Joya

Thanks you guys!

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