Decapitator Strikes Again - Sex and the City Billboard

Famous London street artist, the Decapitator, is on the move again. The Decapitator is known for removing the heads of people in various advertisements including newspapers and billboards. And it seems that this time Sarah Jessica Parker falls victim to the Decapitator’s signature murdering style, as she poses headless on a Sex and the City billboard on the streets of London. Source: Supertouch

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Famous London street artist, the Decapitator, is on the move again. The Decapitator is known for removing the heads of people in various advertisements including newspapers and billboards. And it seems that this time Sarah Jessica Parker falls victim to the Decapitator’s signature murdering style, as she poses headless on a Sex and the City billboard on the streets of London.

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