AUSTIN, Texas — While the dockless scooter phenomenon has taken over Austin, some residents appear to have gotten cold feet.

A picture shared to Twitter shows a “clap activated” sticker placed on a Bird electric scooter.

“Not all SXSW heroes wear capes,” wrote Twitter user @wednesday181. “Well, that we know of.”

As the scooters are clearly not clap activated, or ‘claptivated,’ it is safe to assume someone is trolling gullible South by Southwest (SXSW) festival-goers.

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Since the scooters launched last year they have been met with less-than-enthusiastic responses from many Austinites, who have complained about their safety and placement blocking roads and trails.

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The scooters have been banned from pedestrian zones along 6th Street, Red River Street and Rainey Street during the spring festival.