The mural appeared in 2017 on the side of the Castle Amusements building, a former arcade, in the port city of Dover. It instantly became a tourist attraction, drawing scores of selfie-taking visitors. Having their own Banksy original was also a point of pride for locals.
But after two years, all that ended on a Sunday in late August. A four-story scaffolding was assembled beside the building, and by the end of the day, the work was gone, shocking the local community.