Police were called a man's house in Limerick, Maine because people were unsure what his holiday light display meant. 

Courtesy of the York County Sheriff's Department

According to the Bangor Daily News, concerned citizens and media outlets were calling police in Limerick over the weekend due to a holiday light display that they worried was supporting ISIS. It turned out to be just the opposite.

Police visited the home in question and when they approached quickly realized that there was nothing about the light display that supported the terrorist group ISIS. Instead, the homeowner had propped Santa Claus on a deck with a direct line of white lights down to an "ISIS" display. As it turns out, Santa had to use the bathroom right then, right there.

The York County Sheriff's Department talked to the homeowner and detailed the concerns of fellow citizens as well as the media's interest. Ultimately, the homeowner had broken no laws and was not asked to alter or change his light display. The homeowner did tell police that he'll work on changing the display to assure neighbors that his message is not pro-ISIS.

Check out additional details here courtesy of the Bangor Daily News.

So what do you think? Is the light display's message clear? Should it be changed?