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Civic Center Super Bowl Statue Also Vandalized, Now Reads ‘Sup Bro 50'

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By Allie Pape - Published on January 28, 2016.

The vandalization of the controversial Super Bowl 50 statues around town continues: a day after the statue in Alamo Square had its lettering altered to read "Superb Owl 50," the statue in Civic Center now reads "Sup Bro 50." 

10 of the statues are to be placed around SF and the Bay Area, but only seven have been announced. The other five are located at Twin Peaks, the Palace of Fine Arts, Fisherman's Wharf, Crissy Field, and the San Jose airport

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