Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star has been the target of protests yet again, this time by street artist Plastic Jesus, who placed prison bars ver the star.
The incident took place on Wednesday morning, September 19, 2018, and it was witnessed by thousands of bypassers who stopped to take pictures of it.
Plastic Jesus, whose true identity is yet to be revealed, shared a post about the star on his Twitter account, earning the praise of his fans and followers.
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GIVING THE PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT
After placing the fake prison bars over the sidewalk star, the British artist didn't waste any time sharing additional photos of the stunt on his Instagram.
According to Plastic Jesus, 'there have been calls to jail Trump since the day he was elected, and today he was certainly put behind bars.'
Although the situation was highly amusing for most people, a Trump supporter, who hasn't been identified, damaged the creation by trying to remove the bars.
SECOND PIECE OF ART WITH TRUMP'S STAR
The street artist quickly fixed them with instant-drying 'industrial strength double-sided sticky tape' because he 'wanted them to stay down but didn't want a bill for thousands of dollars to repair the footpath.'
As always, Plastic Jesus tried to make a humorous protest, saying that the President of the United States should 'pay the price' if he is ever found guilty of a crime.
But this isn't the first time that Plastic Jesus has targeted Trump's star; back in 2016, he placed a miniature version of the wall that the 72-year-old proposed to build at the U.S-Mexican border.
SMASHED TO PIECES
Not only that, the star that can currently be found at the Hollywood Walk of Fame is a replacement because the one that was there before was destroyed with a pickaxe.
Austin Clay, a 24-year-old man from Glendale, California, was filmed by shocked onlookers smashing the start to pieces, after which he called the police on himself.