BUFFALO, NY - From our Tip Line, Two On Your Side was alerted to some highly offensive Graffiti, in full view of thousands of passing motorists on the I-190, a major gateway to the Queen City.
However, shortly after we went to investigate, crews showed up to begin removing it, in no small part due to some businesses who stepped in to rid the blight.
Painted across the top of an abandoned set of silos on Elk Street, in four-foot high block letters, stretching 30 feet across, was the "C" word, which might be considered by many to be among the most offensive words in the language.
"It was incredibly offensive," said Mayor Byron Brown, who told WGRZ he was first alerted to the vandalism late Thursday afternoon.
While the City of Buffalo has a crew dedicated to eradicating graffiti, it was placed, in this case, somewhere which would have made it very difficult and expensive for the them to remove.