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Arnold Schwarzenegger posts video filling in 'giant pothole' in L.A.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger, the actor and former California governor, posted video of himself filling in what he said was a "giant pothole" that had been plaguing drivers and cyclists in his Los Angeles neighborhood. for weeks. However, city officials said it's not a pothole but "a service trench that relates to active, permitted work."