On the Radar: No more cruising (signs), star kicked off flight and Walt Disney's former estate

Silver Lake residents are asking that the city removes "No Cruising" signs erected along Griffith Park Boulevard and Hyperion Avenue, the Eastsider LA reported.

“Cruising,” in this case, refers to searching for sex partners. The signs were installed in 1997 following many years of complaints of gay men cruising for sex near popular bars.

Residents say the signs have outlived their purpose, according to the news site.

Saggy pants aren't allowed on Southwest flights, even if you're a celebrity

Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong says he was kicked off of a Southwest Airlines flight from Oakland to Burbank last week for wearing his pants too low, KGO-TV reported.

Following the incident, Armstrong tweeted:"Just got kicked off a southwest flight because my pants sagged too low! What the f**k? No joke!" 

New owners of Walt Disney's Los Feliz estate vow restoration

Walt Disney's 1932-built Los Feliz estate has found new owners, Curbed LA reported.

The property sold one month after being listed on the market and above the asking price. The house was listed in late July, asking $3.65 million, and went into escrow in early August. It closed in late August with a sale price of $3.7 million. The buyer's agent told the news site that the owners plan to restore the residence. 

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