The life-size statue of the Democratic presidential nominee appeared outside a subway station Tuesday in lower Manhattan.
It wasn't immediately clear who created the statue, but it caused quite a stir. A video showed it knocked down, with a woman stomping and at one point sitting on top of it to prevent others from putting it upright.
In August, an artist similarly displayed a naked statue of Donald Trump outside Union Square. It was removed because it wasn't permitted.
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Police and city officials haven't said why and how the Clinton statue was removed.
Clinton's campaign didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.