A statue resembling the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, depicted squatting naked in a corner, was set up in the country’s capital Tel Aviv, on Wednesday.
It was not immediately clear who put the statue in the square, but it was seen as a form of protest against Netanyahu with just a week to go until the national elections, The Times of Israel reported.
According to the newspaper, municipal authorities have set up barriers around the installation and posted a removal note on the statue, while police arrived in an attempt to trace those behind it.
It was not the first art installation protesting Netanyahu’s rule in the country.
Elections in Israel are going to be held from March 23 for the fourth time in two years.