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The anonymous art vandals group the 'Vigilante Artists' Collective of South Australia' ('VACOSA') have struck again in Adelaide overnight with the construction of a new statue made from ecologically sound kerbside rubbish.
The group says the statue will generate green electricity by harnessing the wicked electromotive force charges (EMF) from 5G satellites into a Tesla battery buried in the base and be available for homeless people to charge their phones.
VOCASA said the statue uses a special app to absorb harmful EMF electromotive force charges. The app transfers the harmful and nasty EMF radiation rays into clean, green electricity using a special ANTI-RAY™ cable.
This ingenious design removes the need for people to wear EMF protective tinfoil hats in a 500m radius, which includes Bunnings Warehouse. The radius grows to over 1000m for New Zealanders, due to the slightly less dense skull thickness of the Kiwis' heads.
The recent Adelaide Googly Eyes Bandits had released a statement disclaiming any involvement with the statue, before VOCOSA claimed responsibility. Public art funding was approved in Dec 2021.
More to come.
Posted: Thursday 17 March 2022