Lovelorn vandal strikes again?

PUBLISHED: 12:00 27 January 2012

The old graffiti, now crossed out

The old graffiti, now crossed out


NEW graffiti has sprung up on Weston's streets, days after an apparently lovelorn vandal declared his love through the original messages.

Further messages spotted this morning (Fri) were sprayed across many of the same walls, shops and houses in red paint and include ‘I’m sorry’ and ‘How could you?’

The new spray could be a reply from the object of the original vandal’s affection, or an admission of defeat in the battle to win over his sweetheart.

Verses such as ‘Remember the good times we loved and miss’ have been crossed out.

A new poem reads: “Once Weston was a beautiful place when the children of the ghetto would express with art, not crime. But cos (sic) of negative people this is a thing of the past. I wonder and hope that this graffiti will last. SF 012.”

About 16 pieces of graffiti appeared overnight earlier this week in Baker Street, Alfred Street, Meadow Street, Orchard Street, Burlington Street and Hopkins Street.

To see a gallery of the original graffiti, click the link in the top right of this page.

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