Plastic Jesus put Donald Trump's Hollywood star behind bars

MARK RALSTON via Getty Images

MARK RALSTON via Getty Images

President Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame got a little flair this week.

The artist tweeted his final artwork on Wednesday writing: 'Today I put @realDonaldTrump behind bars'.

Tourists have been swarming to Donald's star, with many taking pictures and laughing at the tongue-in-cheek mini installation.

This does not mark the first time that Plastic Jesus has vandalized Trump's star with his own "street art". "#NotMyPresident #Impeach45", he wrote while sharing a photo on Twitter. The bars were put on the refurbished star after it was completely vandalised earlier this year in July with a pickaxe. It was returned to the Walk of Fame on September 8, according to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce.

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The 54-year-old former teacher repeated his desire to pursue a new career, likely in the field of education. Customers, he mused, will take the place of factories and enterprises to become trade's new driving force.

The British and Los Angeles-based artist says he used instant-drying, industrial strength, double-sided sticky tape to secure the bars on Wednesday.

Although some Trump supporters did try to vandalise the bars, it "did appear to be stuck fast and were there several hours later", he added.

The bars were made with instant-drying "industrial strength double-sided sticky tape" so that they could be hinged to the ground long enough without him being fined thousands of dollars to fix the star.

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