The famous Oscar Mayer Wienermobile visited Fridley and Coon Rapids around Halloween.

The Wienermobile that visited Anoka County is one of six 27-foot-long hot dogs traveling around the country right now, according to Oscar Mayer’s website.

While Wienermobile drivers, called “hot doggers,” don’t sell hot dogs out of the vehicle, they do give away tiny wiener whistles and typically have props for people to pose with in front of the Wienermobile.

The inside of the Wienermobile was decked out for Halloween. The outside had “Happy Halloweenie” written out in duct tape, and inside had spooky decorations onlookers could see.

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