A giant statue with a penis lures and offends Peruvians. It has already been attacked by vandals

Although anatomically speaking, the sculpture is quite far from reality, its representation according to the ancient artifact actually found is accurate. It depicts a grimacing man of an ancient urine culture who lived in these places in the first centuries AD. The British daily The Guardian came with information.

The place where the statue is is only about fifteen minutes from the local metropolis of Trujillo, and in a few days it has managed to attract thousands of visitors. These are nothing more than taking a selfie in front of an enormous team.

Despite the true resemblance to the real artifact, the statue has already become the target of vandals. They destroyed the almost two-meter fertility symbol by making holes in it.

“At about two o’clock in the morning, a group of masked attackers injured a security guard with a knife because they wanted to call the police,” said Trujilla Mayor Arturo Fernandez Bazan. “Before they could arrive, they damaged the statue,” he adds.

The mayor adds that the city plans to erect another thirty similar statues of the Močice culture. According to him, a whole third will be somehow connected with erotica or the birth of children.

“In this culture, the phallus does not represent eroticism, but rather divinity,” says Fernandez Bazán, who worked as a gynecologist about the culture. “The ancient Greeks, for example, had a similar way of symbolism, only we were a little more emphatic with their expression,” he adds.

Although anatomically speaking, the sculpture is quite far from reality, its representation according to the ancient artifact actually found is accurate. (January 3, 2022)

Of course, the social media could not fail to notice the statues with the erect penis. Some users warn that children should definitely not see this. “It belongs to the Dark Ages,” said Peruvian Minister of Culture Gisela Ortiz.

“As Peruvians, we are very proud of our past, including that represented by sexually explicit artifacts. After all, this site is inseparable from people, “the minister adds.

“Everyone can think whatever they want about culture, but nothing justifies a physical attack on a member of protection,” the minister said. The authorities will now try to shed more light on the cultural significance of the statues and will also take care of their more careful protection, concludes The Guardian.

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