Dallas Man Puts Hole in Iconic "Charging Bull" Statue in NYC with a Banjo

 

NEW YORK, NY -- A Texas man was arrested over the weekend for damaging the famous "Charging Bull" Statue. 

According to CBS 7, on September 7, the New York Police Department were dispatched to the "Charging Bull" statue for the report of vandalism. 

When they arrived, they found Tevon Varlack, 42, of Dallas, beating on the statue with a banjo. 

Police say they do not have a motive at this point and the statue now has dents and a hole in one of the horns. 

 

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