Subscribe | UPI Odd Newsletter Subscribe LEANDER, Texas, May 24 (UPI) -- A Texas man admitted to hacking a roadside electronic message board to display the message "Drive Crazy Y'all." Police said that Geoffrey Eltgroth, 26, was able to guess the username and password of the sign and typed in the message before walking away. Advertisement A witness saw Eltgroth type the message while walking his dog and police later found him at a Valero gas station where he admitted to changing the message because he thought it was humorous. He was taken to Williamson County Jail on charges of criminal mischief for tampering with transportation communications equipment. Read More Australian man 'adopts' abandoned shopping cart Man filming hailstorm perplexed by sidewalk-running pig California troopers pursue 'felonious' baby geese in 'slowest chase ever'