People in one California are not too pleased with one holiday display.
It started with more than 50 thousand LEDs.
The Rodriquez family added another 10-thousand more lights this year.
There are lighted arches, lasers and even a fog machine.
Every night, dozens line up just to get a glimpse.
It is plugged up to a computer that pumps music to go along with the lights.
Some neighbors are not too happy with the very festive display, which has been up since the day after Thanksgiving.
They say the music is too loud and the lights are left on too late at nights.
Police recently cited the homeowner for violating a noise ordinance.
The family doesn't mind, they say a lot of people still get enjoyment out of it.
((source: abc news.com))
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