This is one of those things you truly have to see to believe.
An altercation went down on a Manhattan street after an artist erected an unflattering — and naked — statue of Hillary Clinton as a protest piece.
The statue was able to stand for nearly three hours, before at least two disapproving women converged upon the artist and his work, the NY Daily News reported.
“This is obscene!” a woman who only identified herself to the Daily News as “Nancy” shouted.
“To put something up like this in front of my work place…I shouldn’t have to see this,” she later tearfully said, according to the Daily News.
The statue depicted Hillary with hoofed feet and a Wall St. Banker resting his head on her bare breasts, the News reported.
Throughout the incident it appeared the women toppled the statue, while the artist and a few others who looked like supporters of his right to protest tried to intervene.
“I’m like fighting Andre the Giant,” one man exasperatingly said as he appeared to try and re-erect naked Hillary.
Just a day in the life of the 2016 presidential election.
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