SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Life-sized, nude statues of Donald Trump are raising eyebrows in San Francisco and four other U.S. cities.
A group of self-described art guerillas named Indecline installed a statue at Jane Warner Plaza in the Castro District Thursday.
As you can see it features Trump's famed hair-do. He's a little portlier than in real-life, and the rest is definitely "R" rated.
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Needless to say it attracted quite a crowd, and a lot of picture taking and some strong opinions.
"I just posted on Facebook, Trump exposed," said Barry Wolpa. "I mean that says it all, doesn't it?"
Indecline emailed a statement to the SF Weekly saying unlike the statues, they hope Trump is never installed in the most powerful political and military position in the world.
Similar statues are also up in Los Angeles, New York, Cleveland, and Seattle.
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