Furious Texas man is arrested for bashing the New York Charging Bull statue and damaging one of his horns with a banjo while he & # 39; F ** k Trump & # 39; shouts
- Texas man Tevon Varlack, 42, was arrested Saturday afternoon after hitting the famous Charging Bull statue in New York City
- He was seen hitting the statue repeatedly with a silver banjo around 12.30 pm
- Launching his brutal attack, he repeatedly called & # 39; F ** k Trump! & # 39;
- He was arrested on charges of criminal disaster, disorderly conduct and criminal possession
- He did not give a motive to attack the statue
An angry Texas man has been arrested for bashing New York's famous Charging Bull status with a metal object while he screamed & # 39; F ** k Trump! & # 39;
Tevon Varlack, 42, launched his wild looting on the Charging Bull statue in the financial district of Manhattan on Saturday around 12.30 p.m.
Varlack, from Dallas, repeatedly called & # 39; F ** k Trump & # 39; while he struck the bull and damaged one of his horns.
Photos of his brutal attack show him what a silver banjo seems to be like his weapon.
Texas man Tevon Varlack, 42, was arrested Saturday afternoon after bashing the famous Charging Bull statue in New York City with a silver banjo while repeatedly repeating & # 39; F ** k Trump! & # 39; Shouted.
He was arrested on charges of criminal disaster, disorderly conduct and criminal possession for his brutal attack on the bronze statue
Varlack, from Dallas, pictured above, was taken out of the First Territory on Saturday. He gave no reason for his attack on the statue
Shocked witnesses called the police that he & # 39; turned the bull upside down & # 39; and left a huge hole in the bull's right horn.
The answering officers questioned him, but he did not cooperate with the police.
He was arrested on charges of criminal disaster, disorderly conduct and criminal possession of a weapon for alleged attacks on the bronze statue, according to ABC.
He repeatedly hit the statue and damaged one of the bull's horns (damage to the left)
A closer look at the damage shows a gaping hole in the bull's right horn
It is not clear why Varlack defeated the bronze status of 7,100 pounds. He did not answer when he was taken out of the First Area on Saturday.
When asked about his opinion about the president, he said: & he is cool. He is the president of the New York Daily News.
The iconic bull was made by Italian-born artist Arturo Di Modica in 1989 and installed in lower Manhattan as a work of art of guerrilla.
The bull has been destroyed before. Paint was dumped on him in 2008 and 2017.
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