A Brooklyn performance artist's latest act is fake "candy crack" drug deals - riling neighborhood activists who don't think illegal narcotics are a laughing matter.
Every other Saturday night, Nate Hill delivers $1 bags of "crack" - really crystallized sugar - to anyone in Williamsburg and Greenpoint who calls in an order.
Dressed in a white tuxedo and a white dolphin headpiece, he shows up between the hours of 10 p.m. and 2 a.m., just like a many real drug pushers.
"There's this amusing theater going on and really, it's just supposed to be fun," Hill, 31, told the Daily News. But not everyone is amused.
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