Apparently someone made off this evening with the Super Mario statue outside VideoGamesNewYork at 202 E. Sixth St. at Cooper Square...
Car drives away with #Mario #coopersq at the #cooper bldg... you know the statue, you've probably got a pic. #whereismario #nyc #eastvillage— brianna daley okada (@briannadaley) July 30, 2015
We don't know too much else about this at the moment. The statue was last seen wearing a long-sleeved red shirt and royal blue overalls and a red hat with an "M" in the middle. He is known for his jumping and stomping powers.
[Image via the VideoGamesNewYork website]
Thank goodness for the Grievestrator! I see him!
The Mario-naping supersedes the phone-snatcher as "Public Enemy Number One." This calls for a Police guard tower on E. Sixth at Cooper Square. Children beating spackling-compound buckets should protest the Mario-naping. DeBlasio will be around in a day or two to display his concern.
I love that this damn store is there and its classic awning.
Maybe Mario got tired of all the noise and dirt from the construction and went to a quieter, cleaner place on vacation. Check his Uber account to see where he went.
What maroon would steal Mario ? Where's the ransom note ?
PIX11 News covered this last night - with no hat tip to EVG, of course.
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