Tipster Davey Davis caught yet another vandal in the act of beautifying one of Pamela Geller’s rightfully-maligned “anti-jihad” subway ads at around 10 p.m. in the 42nd Street station last night. The anonymous interventionist cut up and and rearranged one of the posters, flipping its infamous “In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man,” text on its head and into a message of peace, reading “Any war between man is savage.”
“The modifier was a a nondescript white guy, 20’s, with a baseball hat and a utility knife,” Davis tells us. “He didn’t say anything while he worked, or anything to me when I snapped the pic. A passerby said ‘If you did that, thank you,” and the guy said ‘You’re welcome,’ and walked toward the trains.”
In related news, Geller’s ads will soon be coming to Metrorail stations in Washington, D.C. Washingtonian readers: if you see any of the ads cut up, stickered, painted, or otherwise beautified, let us know.
(Photo: Davey Davis/Dada Robotnik)