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“Dear PoPville,

Such an odd thing to wake up to early this morning [3/3:30am] – a black Volkswagen was parked outside on the 300 block of C Street SE blasting Sam Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road”- live version with audience screaming and all- on repeat, for 15 straight minutes.

We called non-emergency hotline after about 10 minutes, and of course the car only played the song one more time after that.

Was anyone else in Capitol Hill stirred from their slumber thinking there was a big party outside?

Update: And saw the news today Sam Hunt was arrested for a DUI yesterday. A weird tribute?”

I think the answer is pretty clear – a current day:

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