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31% 160 votes
69% 360 votes
520 people voted
Yes - people are entitled to their opinions but this man acted in... 312 votes

Yes - people are entitled to their opinions but this man acted in a way that endangered the public's interest and safety
60%
Yes - people are entitled to their opinions but this man acted in a way that endangered the public's interest and safety
I don't know - maybe the fine will be enough of a deterrent 121 votes

I don't know - maybe the fine will be enough of a deterrent
23%
No - people are allowed free speech 78 votes

No - people are allowed free speech
15%
Other - leave a comment below 9 votes

Other - leave a comment below
2%
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O5119221l51

O5119221l51

  He could've delivered his message on the internet
nicola2201

nicola2201

  There are other ways in which he could have delivered his message. Not sure on the full extent of Australian graffiti laws, but he could potentially have posted something next to the official signage offering viewers an opportunity to read a different viewpoint.

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