There's widespread fury after a painting in Hull by the world famous, but highly elusive street artist Banksy, has been defaced.
The anonymous graffiti artist confirmed on Friday that he was behind the work on Scott Street bridge. But just two days later, the stencil of a boy wearing a cape and helmet alongside the words "Draw the raised bridge!" has been defaced.
Since the artist - whose work sells for hundreds of thousands of pounds - confirmed he was responsible to his two million Instagram followers, huge crowds have flocked to see the work.
But there is now widespread fury on social media after the damage was revealed on Sunday night. There was also anger that the artwork had not been protected.