Sexy Jersey Snow Sculpture Gets Covered Up

From the New York Daily News:

Cops ordered a New Jersey family to cover up their saucy snowlady after receiving a complaint that the frosty front yard figure was X-rated.

While neighboring snowmen were allowed to flaunt their nudity with coal-eyed jauntiness, Elisa Gonzalez and her kids heeded the warning from the fashion police.

They dressed their controversial snowlady in a green bikini top and hip-hiding blue sarong.

“I thought she looked more objectified and sexualized after you put the bikini on,” Gonzalez, 44, of Rahway told the Newark Star-Ledger.

My favorite line:

“Are you going to go to the Met and cover up all the statues?” Conneran wondered.

Ummm…maybe that’s why the Met isn’t in Rahway, New Jersey. Here’s the original article in the Newark Star-Ledger, which has many more photos.

{Hat tip Talia J.}

5 responses to “Sexy Jersey Snow Sculpture Gets Covered Up”

  1. […] art censored in Jersey. […]

  2. Eric Mulder Avatar
    Eric Mulder

    It is a very nice statue nothing wrong with the Venus of Milo, beautifull in your garden, well made.

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  3. Jeremy Sapienza Avatar
    Jeremy Sapienza

    Oh come on Hrag, Rahway is just barely past the Ikea we used to all get bussed to to buy shitty furniture. Would you say that if someone in Bushwick had said the same thing? Because the locals here are probably far less classical art-inclined than the suburbanites who actually do drive/train in to see museums.

    1. hv Avatar

      You’re right, Jeremy. It was sarcastic.

  4. libhomo Avatar

    There sure are some stupid cops in Jersey.

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