Controversial Christmas Graffiti Wall

Graffiti unwanted Christmas time celebration is much present in the wall street. Maybe it would be wonderful if the image is attached to the right place at the celebration of Christmas. Inaccuracy would create a disturbance and defilement everywhere, so much the public who feel uncomfortable.
Christmas Graffiti
With the London Underground network closed down on Christmas Day, they crept in and had several hours undisturbed to spray-paint a station - causing tens of thousands of pounds of damage.

They are thought to have walked for 40 minutes down the tracks of the Northern Line to Camden Town station, where they defaced four platform walls as well as escalators, walkways and maps. Their unsightly 'tags' - graffiti nicknames - included Dracula, Melt, CGO and Who Save!
Staff and commuters were said to be 'absolutely stunned' at the extent of the damage at the station, which is 99 years old and used by millions of passengers each year. Transport for London, which manages the Tube, said the clean-up would take several weeks. A member of staff said: 'It's going to be a hell of a job to clean. We're going to have to replace the electronic signs which let passengers know about train arrivals, and some CCTV cameras are also ruined.' There were no signs of a break-in at Camden so staff believe the vandals walked along the tracks from Golders Green or East Finchley, where the line goes overground. Police took away CCTV footage to see if they could identify the culprits. Passengers condemned the vandalism, which was discovered on Boxing Day. Ellen Coomes, 63, said: 'It's a disgrace. These kids should have been at home with their families enjoying Christmas, not out being destructive.'

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