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Paris: Bankie's work was stolen in Bataclan-World

Work attributed to Banksy on the back door of Bataklana, "tribute to the 13/11 victims" was stolen, the Paris-based theater on Twitter announced on Monday.

"The work of Banski, a symbol of meditation and belonging to all residents of Paris, has been abolished," condemned Bataklan, where on November 13, 2015, 90 people struck Saint-Denis and Paris during the terrorist attack .

Made from a template and white paint, one of the emergency exits behind Bataklana in the XIth arrondissement, where many viewers of the concert were seen, was sadly presented. The Death Metal eagles escaped during the terrorist attack.

This work and several others, unsigned but attributed to the star of street art, appeared in the French capital in June 2018, including a representative girl who painted a pink motif with a swastika tapestry near the old "center." first reception "Refugees Porte de la Chapelle in Paris.

"This is a deep indignation that makes us today," says the statement signed by the Bataklan team, which does not specify the circumstances of this flight.

According to LCI, citing a source familiar with the matter, on Friday night to Saturday night, "the hooded hooded villagers came to steal the job before taking it to a truck."

Created: 26.01.2019, 21:34

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