A Melbourne street artist who was threatened with a council fine over a provocative mural he painted of US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has responded by covering her image with a niqab. The council said residents complained about the piece, which was painted on to the side wall of a scooter shop in Footscray, 5km west of Melbourne. This is no longer a wall of a supposed "offensive and near naked" Hillary Clinton, a beautiful Muslim woman. As well as the council threatening the owner of the building with prosecution and a fine if the mural was not removed, the artist, known as Lushsux, had his Instagram account deleted after posting the image to the social media platform.
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The Melbourne-based street artist was threatened with a council fine after which he responded by covering the provocative painting of Hillary Clinton with a niqab. Melbourne: A Melbourne-based street artist had covered a provocative mural he painted of US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton following public decency complaints against him. The artist was threatened with a council fine after which he responded by covering the painting with a niqab. The council said residents complained about the piece, which was painted on to the side wall of a scooter shop in Footscray, 5-km west of Melbourne.