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Banksy work: Row erupts over Bristol street art

16 April 2014 Last updated at 19:42 BST

A row has broken out over the ownership of a work of art by "guerrilla artist" Banksy after it was taken from a Bristol street.

It was removed by crowbar by the leader of a nearby youth club within hours of being found.

Dennis Stinchcombe said he hoped to raise £100,000 for the struggling Broad Plain Boys' Club by auctioning it.

But Bristol mayor George Ferguson asked for the work to be put back on the city council-owned wall.

Andrew Plant reports.

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