Whose idea was it to make those Super Bowl 50 statues with letters that were even remotely movable, anyway? Not a bright move! Between the "Sup Bro" shenanigans at City Hall and the Alamo Square sign molested so many times organizers just gave up and carted it away, it's clear that the statues are not being used for their original intent (unless the plan was to encourage anagrammers).
And now we have "Lee Robs" at the Palace of Fine Arts, perhaps the statues' most pointed commentary on the event to date. It's no "Bowel Spur," but I'll take it.
Previously: Saboteurs Change 'Super Bowl' Lettering At City Hall To 'Sup Bro'
After Repeated Vandalism, Super Bowl 50 Statue Quietly Removed From Alamo Square
Super Bowl Is Coming For Your Parks With Huge, Light-Up Statues
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