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Sixteen Statues That Were Inappropriately Polished By Perverts

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You know how people sometimes rub statues for good luck? Well some sick people like to rub statues the wrong way, and the beautiful aged patina on some fine statuary has been ruined by perverts.

It seems some people can't keep their hands to themselves, thinking they're being funny and/or original when they grab the bull by the opposite end of the horns.

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Their egregious groping has forever marred these magnificent statues, and until we start dressing these statues up in spiked bras and codpieces the statue molestation will continue...

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See 16 Statues Around The World Polished By Perverted Tourists here (Warning: contains nude statues)


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in the late 80's i was living in baltimore attending MICA. a block down the street was a statue of edgar allen poe sitting on a massive throne of sorts, leaning down and leering at whoever walked by. the sculpture was mounted on a plinth that was 4 or 5 feet high, but it's first location was farther downtown on a much taller plinth well above eye level. the sculptor, thinking nobody would ever see it, gave mr. poe an INCREDIBLY huge package. like more fit for a horse, tucked down a very tight victorian pantleg. of course this gargantuan appendage was gleaming from constant polishing. workers regularly applied acid to his trunk to repatina the junk, but the statue was in the courtyard of john's hopkins law school. hundreds of students milling around before and after every class insured that the patina never lasted very long.
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