A tiger statue between Whig and Clio Halls was graffitied in red spray paint sometime between Wednesday night and Thursday morning, the second incident of its type reported in the past two days around campus.
The phrase “FU PU” was sprayed on the base of the statue, and parts of the tiger were sprayed red. The paint was around its eyes and mouth, and a smiley face was sprayed on its body.
The graffiti was discovered Thursday morning, according to a picture obtained by The Daily Princetonian, taken at around 7:45 a.m.
It remains unclear who is behind this act of apparent vandalism.
The Department of Public Safety did not log any reports of vandalism or any other crimes between Wednesday at 8 a.m. and Thursday at 8 a.m.
According to University spokesperson Martin Mbugua, a DPS officer noticed the vandalism at around4:45 a.m.It remains unclear what action was taken after this time.
Tiger Inn was also vandalized with graffiti sometime between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The stone partition outside TI was spray-painted with the words “Rape Haven” in black paint.