'Free Hong Kong' graffiti scrawled on Denmark's 'Little Mermaid'

Local | 13 Jan 2020 5:23 pm

Unknown vandals have scrawled "Free Hong Kong" on Denmark's most famous landmark, "The Little
Mermaid", a bronze statue that is especially popular with Chinese tourists, Reuters reports.
The 107-year-old sculpture, which depicts the little mermaid from 19th-century Danish author Hans Christian Andersen's tale of the same name, is perched on a rock by a waterside promenade.
More than one million tourists visit the Little Mermaid
every year and it has been defaced and damaged several times, twice suffering decapitation.
Hong Kong has been hit by months of pro-democracy unrest against Chinese rule.

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