Damien Hirst’s Charity statue outside the Royal West of England Academy was tagged this week, but don’t worry, she’s got insurance. Scrub-scrub. In true Hirst fashion, the actual sculpture is a copy of a preexisting “collection box girl with teddy bear and leg in callipers” object. Hirst just made her huge, weigh 7000 lb and cost $2.5 million. He also “scuffed her appearance and burgled her charity box,” so, in a thematic sense, the “hoax” graffiti fits.