Naked, saluting Satan statue removed from Vancouver park
A pop-up Satan statue has been removed from a Vancouver park, shortly after the mysterious and controversial artwork was erected.
Vancouver officials say a nude statue of Satan was removed from a park near the Grandview Highway because it was not officially commissioned by the city.
The statue depicted a nine-foot-tall, anatomically-faithful figure of a red-skinned Satan, complete with horns and a visibly prominent representation of a phallus. The statue holds one hand up in a devil-horn salute.
No one has claimed responsibility for creating the statue.