Port Talbot Banksy owner 'should cut it down'

Port Talbot Banksy owner 'should cut it down'

The owner of a garage used for a Banksy artwork should "cut it down", another beneficiary of the artist has said.
Dennis Stinchcombe said he received death threats after mural Mobile Lovers appeared on the doorway of his Bristol youth club in 2014.
He sold the work and used the proceeds to save the struggling club.
Port Talbot steelworker Ian Lewis said he had been in "freefall" since Season's Greetings appeared on his garage in December.
A plastic sheet has been placed in front of the garage in the Taibach area of the town to protect it, but Mr Lewis said people had... read more

12 January 2019 in Regional, Views: 47
Source: BBC

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