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Super Bowl Statue Vandalized (Again) At San Francisco City Hall

@shanand via Twitter
The Super Bowl 50 statue at San Francisco City Hall has been vandalized — again.

The Super Bowl 50 statue at San Francisco City Hall has been vandalized — again.

It now reads "Sup Bro 50," according to a photo posted by Twitter user @shanand. The first time around, the statue saw its solar panels ripped off.

Hoodline reports that the statue in Alamo Square also had its lettering altered to read "Superb Owl 50."

Super Bowl statues can now be spotted all across San Francisco — including Crissy Field, Twin Peaks, the Palace of Fine Arts and Fisherman's Wharf — as well as San Jose airport — which just opened a swanky new $82 million executive airport, where the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers will park their planes.

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