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Posted On August 3, 2021
A ceramic tile installation has been vandalised in Dublin, with a group of people claiming they “took it all.”
The tile has been removed from the corner of Eastgate Road and St George Street after someone spray painted the words “ceramic tiles disposal” on it, according to the Independent.
The woman who posted the message on the Facebook page, whose name was not given, has said she wanted to make a statement about the impact of the city’s lack of a green infrastructure.
The tiles were painted over last week, with the word “reject” written in marker on the top left.
In a statement, the Irish Green Council said it was aware of the message and was investigating.
A spokesman said: “The council has a zero tolerance policy for any form of vandalism of our property and we are working closely with the Gardaí to investigate this incident.”
The council said it would be working with the gardaí and the owners of the tile company involved.
Gardaí are also investigating a separate complaint made to the Gardai last week about a similar incident, when graffiti was spray-painted on a street on Dublin’s West Coast Road, on which the tile installation had been erected.
No arrests have been made.