Mystery surrounds sick graffiti
MYSTERY surrounds the appearance of this sick graffiti that has appeared on a wall in north Ipswich.Daubed in yellow paint on the garden wall of a house in Valley Road the question springs out at passing motorists.
MYSTERY surrounds the appearance of this sick graffiti that has appeared on a wall in north Ipswich.
Daubed in yellow paint on the garden wall of a house in Valley Road the question springs out at passing motorists.
But who is behind it? Is it someone with a sinister grudge to bear against the church or is it simply just someone's sick and offensive idea of a joke?
In recent years, some residents of the road had been forced to paint their walls red after a spate of religion-based graffiti.
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The graffiti was spotted by the house owner a few days ago but he does not believe that the same graffiti artist has struck again.
Although he did not live in the house during the last spate, the resident who asked not to be named, said he remembers the incident but is more inclined to believe it is someone messing around.
Other residents in the area have described the graffiti as childish and immature; no-one can think of why their neighbourhood should be targeted with such disturbing comments.
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