Wall Street’s famed ‘Charging Bull’ to be repaired after banjo attack

Tevon Varlack, 42, attacked the iconic statue with a banjo, according to police.
0:30 | 09/10/19

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The iconic street below Wall Street Paul will be fixed quickly after a man hacked data with that and job opens Saturday. The Bowling Green association says a worker will repair it sometimes this week. On Saturday a man from Texas attacked the statue essentially leaving it with dents on its face and horns. A police arrested 42 you wrote heaven by lack on criminal mischief and disorderly conduct charges. Of our lack was released without bail he's due back in court next month.

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