Banksy mural appears on Folkestone park wall

The mural called Art Buff is on a wall in Payer Park in Folkestone The image is on a wall in Payers Park in Folkestone

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A mural by the street artist Banksy, of a woman staring at an empty plinth, has been painted on a wall in Folkestone, Kent.

The image, called "Art Buff" was discovered on Sunday evening in Payers Park during the town's two-month long Triennial Festival.

The artist confirmed it was his work by posting it on his website.

His spokeswoman said "Art Buff" was a play on words because the piece of art on the plinth at had been "buffed" out.

She said: "It is up there for everyone to enjoy."

The last piece of art Banksy painted in Kent was in Dungeness in 2010.

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