ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) — A Maryland skateboard shop could face fines because of a 12-foot-long skateboard decoration that hangs on the outside of its store.

Television station WJLA-TV reports that last week the owners of Bethesda Scooters and Boards on Fairmont Avenue in Bethesda heard from the county’s zoning department. That’s after someone filed a complaint about the supersized board.

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The violation notice the shop got says the store’s owners need a permit for the giant blue skateboard or need to remove it altogether. If they don’t comply, they could be fined.

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The store’s owners say they think the skateboard is pretty and whimsical and tourists like to take their picture with it.

Even if the store owners apply for a permit for the skateboard it’s not clear they’ll get it.

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