His mission: To rid Philly of 'bandit' signs April 02, 2012|BY JASON NARK, Daily News Staff Writer
HE'S NOT LOOKING to sell gold or to unload extra diabetic test strips. He has no interest in selling his home in a few seconds, doesn't need a new roof, and doesn't own a junk car that he can donate to help a needy family.
But Christopher Sawyer, 34, sure has a thing for the so-called "bandit" signs that advertise these offers and services on utility poles all over the poorer sections of the city. Bandit signs pollute Sawyer's eyeballs. The Texas native hates them so much that he's dedicated a website - banditproject.org - to eradicating them and to calling out the people who post them.