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Saturday 7 August 2010 12.23pm
Exigo - thanks. Great to see a really good pic of our new 'neighbour'. Perhaps we should have a Naming Competition! 'Tommy the Tooley Street Terror'....Hm.

Nigelse1 - how right you are! More, please, Southwark......

Have a great weekend ffffolks.
Monday 9 August 2010 8.31am
Its a shame that the head has been destroyed over the weekend. How sad people can be. :o(
Monday 9 August 2010 8.51am
It was fine yesterday lunchtime (posted this where it came up on the vertical garden thread, sorry to repeat). Is the head still there because I'm sure it could be reattached. I'm really surprised. It's not quite the sort of target for vandals, not that I fully understand them anyway.
Monday 9 August 2010 9.26am
Yes the head is still there, something so nice destroyed in seconds.
Monday 9 August 2010 10.08am
I'm not sure if it was the best place to do it but I've emailed Daniel using his email address from the SE1 article.
http://www.london-se1.co.uk/news/view/4737
Monday 9 August 2010 10.42am
Seems it's being repaired right now:
http://twitter.com/mothompson/status/20698092246

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Monday 9 August 2010 10.58am
Thanks for all messages - as James says, we're looking into what we can do to help Nessie
Daniel
Monday 9 August 2010 7.09pm
Let's all assume it was a drunken prank rather than deliberately malicious & hope our monster will be back in one piece soon :-)
Monday 9 August 2010 7.38pm
Is this flowerbed the only spot on a main road in London not covered by CCTV?
Zoe
Monday 9 August 2010 9.14pm
I'm so glad they could fix it
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