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Pictured: The phallic shaped yellow graffiti highlighting a pothole near Crundale, west Wales, UK.<br />
Re: Pembrokeshire hyas been struck by a notorious mystery graffiti artist known for using obscene images to highlight the blight of potholes.<br />
A bright yellow spray painted penis has been spotted scrawled over a pothole near Crundale, west Wales.<br />
The piece of graffiti was potentially inspired by a protest artist known as Wanksy, who began spray painting penises onto potholes around Greater Manchester in 2015 and gained a viral following.<br />
This treatment has since become the hallmark of a UK-wide phenomenon where residents take pothole management into their own hands. <br />
Wanksies have arisen to protest potholes in Cambridgeshire and Essex in the last few years, among other places.<br />
A motorist who did not wish to be named spotted the piece of graffiti.<br />
"I was shocked and appalled when I saw it, that sort of thing really rubs me up the wrong way," said the motorist.<br />
"I was just driving home for lunch. I had to pull off the road when I noticed it," they added.<br />
"Obviously potholes are a pain, but is this the way to highlight them? I don't think so: someone needs a stiff talking to!"
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Pictured: The phallic shaped yellow graffiti highlighting a pothole near Crundale, west Wales, UK.
Re: Pembrokeshire hyas been struck by a notorious mystery graffiti artist known for using obscene images to highlight the blight of potholes.
A bright yellow spray painted penis has been spotted scrawled over a pothole near Crundale, west Wales.
The piece of graffiti was potentially inspired by a protest artist known as Wanksy, who began spray painting penises onto potholes...
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