[Ed. – Not that wax museums are exactly the highest form of art to begin with, but yeesh.]
Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks pulled the figure from public view after it sustained multiple beatings and transferred it into storage.
The scratches on the Trump figure’s face were especially damaging, said Clay Stewart, the regional manager of parent company Ripley’s Entertainment.
“When it’s a highly political figure, attacks can be a problem,” Stewart said, according to the Express-News.
The effigy of the former president likely won’t return to the display floor until the new wax figure of President Biden is added into the rotation. It’s currently still under production in Orlando, Fla., Stewart notes.
Following the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, Trump left office with record low approval ratings.