A Miami auctioneer has defended the sale tomorrow of a mural by the grafitti artist Banksy, which was controversially removed from a wall in North London.
He says it belongs to the owner of the wall and he wouldn't be staging the half-a-million dollar sale if it was illegal.
As Ria Chatterjee reports, a new image has now taken the mural's place in Wood Green.
Locals in Harringay have been protesting against the sale of a Banksy which was taken from the wall of Poundland in Wood Green.
It appears graffiti artist Banksy has had the final word after a piece of his artwork was ripped from a wall in a London street.
A painting by street artist Banksy which was ripped from a wall in Wood Green earlier this month goes on sale in Miami at the weekend.