“Blucifer,” the famous blue horse statue that sits on the route to Denver International Airport was vandalized with graffiti earlier this week.
The iconic Mile High City statue cost the city a total of $650,000. Its official name is “Blue Mustang.”
When you wake up in the morning and realize some human minion vandalized your hooves. pic.twitter.com/ZGQlny7x86
— Jeremy Jojola (@jeremyjojola) September 6, 2019
According to Denver International Airport, a tip came in from a local news station at about 6:00 p.m. Thursday, September 6 that vandalism had occurred. Upon investigating the giant 32-foot horse sculpture, orange graffiti lettering was discovered on both legs.
The Denver Police Department is currently investigating this strange case of vandalism.
To learn more about this Denver statue, including the controversy that surrounds it, click here.
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