In the middle of the morning rush hour in New York City on Tuesday, a naked statue of Hillary Clinton was erected in downtown Manhattan.
The New York Daily News reports, the statue was far from flattering:
“The grotesque caricature of the Democratic candidate appeared outside the Bowling Green station during morning rush hour on Tuesday and shows Clinton with hoofed feet and a Wall Street banker resting his head on her bare breasts.”
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) October 19, 2016
According to NBC New York, an enraged woman, who is also an employee with the National Museum of the American Indian, knocked down the statue and sat on it.
— Joseph Barracato (@JoeBarracato) October 18, 2016
The employee, later identified as Nancy, told the NY Daily News:
“To put something up like this in front of my work place…I shouldn’t have to see this.”
Nancy was scolding the statue’s creator, 27-year-old Anthony Scioli, and got into verbal arguments with anyone who tried to interfere with her keeping the statue down.
Scioli was forced to remove the figure after police officers told him he had failed to get the proper permit for a demonstration.