Vandals Etch “f–k the Queen” on Wall Street’s “Charging Bull”

Four vandals are wanted by police for scrawling “fk the Queen” on the Wall Street Charging Bull earlier this month, police said.

The obscene message was engraved on the Financial District’s iconic bronze sculpture around 2:30am on September 9 – the day after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, police said.

The suspects used a “paint-marking instrument” to deface the cop’s forehead, police officers said.

"F--k the queen" scrawled on the Wall Street bull
The vandals scrawled “Fk the Queen” on the “Charging Bull.”
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Police released video of the suspects, who appear to be a group of two young women and two young men. Two of the hooligans held hands as the entourage strolled down the street.

The Charging Bull has been vandalized multiple times in the past, including twice in 2019.

In September 2019, Texas truck driver Tevon Varlack attacked the “Devil” sculpture when he hacked at it with a steel banjo, leaving it with a lacerated right horn.

The vandals are walking down the street.
The hooligans committed the crime around 2:30 am on September 9th.
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A month later, a climate activist doused the bull in red paint after staging a “die-in” on its hooves to symbolize what they described as Wall Street’s environmental destruction.

More recently, the bull was wrapped in flowers in February 2021 to honor the death of Arturo Di Modica, who created the sculpture over three decades earlier.

View of the charging bull
The Charging Bull has a history of vandalism.
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