What They're Saying

"We went there to investigate because we had received one complaint from someone who found the picture offensive. We spoke to the gallery owner but did not order him to remove the image. … We can understand why some people might find it offensive but no offenses have been committed and police action is not appropriate."

-- Jon Green, spokesman for the Kent, England police, which visited the Folkestone art gallery after a citizen complained about a 7-foot high painting by Johnny Cotter depicting David Beckham on a cross. The original of the painting that hangs outside the gallery was bought by Boy George. (Kentonline)

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