This street artist covers swastika graffitis with food paintings. A week ago a cherry bomb went off under his car, among other death threats received #hate #civicspace #freedomofexpression #racism https://t.co/ihvNWO8BPY
— Francesca Fanucci (@franfanu) November 9, 2019
(ANSA – Translated from Italian) VERONA, 9 NOV – A complaint for an alleged ‘cherry bomb’ placed under his car was presented by the street artist Pier Paolo Spinazzè from Verona,
known as “Cibo” [Food], specialised in covering with his graffiti the swastikas that appear on the walls. The story dates back to November 2, but the complaint was presented yesterday [8 November] to the Carabinieri forces. The investigations are carried out by the police from Verona.
Cibo said it was awakened by “an explosion” under the car, which however did not report any damage.