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Somebody is full of bologna, and Jennifer Aniston's boyfriend Justin Theroux can't be too happy about it. New York Post's Page Six is reporting that a vandal covered the actor-screenwriter's BMW motorcycle with up to 25 slices of "what was clearly bologna" Thursday morning while it was parked outside Aniston's West 12th Street apartment in New York City. The bike was cleaned off shortly thereafter and avoided any permanent deli-meat-induced damage.
According to neighbors, Theroux, 40, has been parking his bike outside Aniston's apartment all week. The pair has attracted plenty of paparazzi attention during their stay in the Big Apple, a fact that Page Six says has unsettled some locals.
"I got the impression it was some weird message, like, 'You're full of bologna,'" the neighbor who discovered the motorcycle in its cold-cut-laden state told the newspaper. "The bike was in otherwise in fine condition."
So far the perpetrator hasn't been caught, and Aniston's representative seems skeptical about the whole incident.
"There are paparazzi outside their apartment 24/7," she told Page Six. "Don't you think they would have photographed the person doing it, if indeed this actually happened, which I do not know for sure."
Aniston and Theroux met on the set of the Judd Apatow-produced comedy Wanderlust, and sparks flew. They went public as a couple in June at the MTV Movie Awards afterparty, and have been seen together frequently since. Theroux and Aniston recently got a house together in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills. Hopefully it has a nice garage for Justin's bike -- far from the reach of bologna-loving vandals.