A street artist turned the tables on Sacha Baron Cohen and played a prank on the prankster in the form of a fake new ad for his latest show “Who Is America?”

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A new billboard was put up across the street from the CBS studios in Los Angeles:

The “ad” for the show was placed over the top of a legit one promoting the “Young Sheldon” series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, conservative street artist Sabo was behind the whole thing.

The image on the board showed the actor sitting in a wheelchair with a prosthetic leg while wearing a U.S. Army shirt and a “Make America Great Again” hat.

It also stated that the show, which debuted over the weekend, airs on Saturdays at 9 p.m., when it actually airs at 10 p.m. on a Sunday.

The prank comes after Sarah Palin accused Cohen, 46, of duping her into doing an interview by posing as a wounded veteran.

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Palin previously spoke about the whole thing on “Good Morning America”, with the former Republican vice presidential candidate and Alaska governor calling Cohen a “proven liar.”

“It was proposed to me as a legitimate interview to speak about veterans’ issues and our military and current events to a new audience,” she explained.

Cohen, who is known for creating outrageous and controversial characters like Borat, Ali G and Bruno, takes a look at American patriotism in his new series for Showtime. The series also features in-character interviews with right-wing politicos like Palin, Dick Cheney, Joe Walsh, as well as broadcaster Ted Koppel.

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