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Banksy Strikes Again...

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This British phone booth -- or part of it -- was spotted this morning near the intersection of Alameda and Main streets Downtown, across from Philippe the Original. It seems that everyone's favorite British graffiti artist struck again.

But Banksy's no fool. LAist heard he hired a private crew come and pick up the installation before it could be taken away by "proper authorities"...

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Photos courtesy of Alecia Rossi.

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