LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. (WGAL) — A Lancaster County man's artistic expression is being called disturbing by some of his neighbors.
A Lancaster County man's artistic expression is being called disturbing by some of his neighbors.
The "lawn art" was created by 63-year-old Tony Papadimitirou. His home is located on West Roseville Road in Manheim Township.
The eccentric display includes statues, scantily-clad mannequins and a pink-colored night stand with a sign that reads "One Night Stand."
Last year, neighbors called police and called the display "obscene."
But Papadimitirou, a former art major at Millersville University, calls it art. He says people drive by and put their thumbs up. "They like it," he said.
Because the display is considered art, he does not have to take it down.
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