hen it comes to graffiti, Greystones isn’t exactly known for its great wall-mugging artists.
Or its deep can-carrying thinkers.
And five years after MC Deep Rare decided to tag Killincarrig’s 200-year-old mill – making it his, right? – a deeply untalented feck (or more) took to the South Beach in the wee-wee hours of Friday.
With a few run-of-the-pills tags in the old Watson & Johnson car park and the power box beside the Greystones Medical Centre, our spray can insubordinate settled on the hidden safety of the South Beach arches.
Not that this rebel with any actual cause managed to finish their earth-scorching graffiti, with one of the tags remaining half-done. But the damage was most definitely done.
“The whole team are completely disgusted,” says Marie Mccooey from Greystones Tidy Towns. “Disgusted, frustrated and so disappointed to see this happen in our town.
With the wonderful work of Wanksy also ending up at Aldi, there’s a good chance the half-baked Basquiat was seen last night.
Security cameras from both areas are being checked, but this latest dose of dumb destruction in the town would suggest that CCTV should be up and gunning where’er such trouble brews.
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