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YNOT Italian restaurant on Atlantic Ave. in Virginia Beach lost a key letter in Hermine. (WTKR)

YNOT Italian restaurant on Atlantic Ave. in Virginia Beach lost a key letter in Hermine. (WTKR)

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Tropical Storm Hermine stole a Virginia Beach restaurant’s letter, totally changing the message of the business.

WTKR reported that Tropical Storm Hermine caused a single letter to fall from the Ynot Italian restaurant, causing it to now read “NOT ITALIAN.”

No injuries were reported as the winds caused the single letter to fall on Saturday morning.

The storm drenched the Carolinas Friday and early Saturday on its way toward the East Coast, knocking down trees and causing blackouts.

The hurricane center issued a flash flood watch for northeast South Carolina and southeast North Carolina through Saturday morning, and warned of dangerous storm surges for the Hampton Roads region in Virginia.