Enormous F*** Cuomo and de Blasio is painted on Brooklyn street before removed ...

Enormous 'F*** Cuomo and de Blasio' mural is painted on Brooklyn street - but is removed after less than 24 hours New Yorkers painted a stretch of a street in Brooklyn with yellow letter 'F*** Cuomo and de Blasio'  The mural in Williamsburg was similar to those of Black Lives Matter painted earlier this summer Graffiti was painted on North 15th Street between Wythe Avenue and Banker Street at around 1am on Saturday morning Less than 24 hours later it had been removed by the Dept. of Transportation NYPD says a criminal mischief complaint has been filed over the incident 

By James Gordon For Dailymail.com

Published: 05:35 BST, 21 September 2020 | Updated: 05:36 BST, 21 September 2020

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A bright, bold and offensive message was painted on a street in Brooklyn over the weekend directed at the city's mayor and the state's governor. 

The graffiti, which was painted in the middle of the road, stretched for almost an entire city block and read: ''F*** Cuomo and de Blasio.' 

It was painted in a style similar to earlier city-endorsed projects supporting the Black Lives Matter group earlier this summer which the city's mayor Bill de Blasio was seen helping create. The murals also fast became a target for vandalism.

New Yorkers painted a stretch of a street in Brooklyn with yellow letter 'F*** Cuomo and de Blasio'

New Yorkers painted a stretch of a street in Brooklyn with yellow letter 'F*** Cuomo and de Blasio'

The mural was painted just after 1am on Saturday morning with several people taking part

The mural was painted just after 1am on Saturday morning with several people taking part

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