Did you see the story about famous artist Banksy creating his most recent work on the wall of a London underground train carriage? Read about it here!
According to BBC News, a video posted on his Instagram page shows a man, believed to be the mysterious artist, disguised as a professional cleaner.
He can been seen ordering passengers away as he gets to work, stencilling rats around the inside of a carriage.
Banksy is one of the world's most famous artists and his work has sold for nearly £10m before.
However, before Banksy had a chance to tell people about his new artwork, cleaners came and washed it away! Read that story here!
A source from Transport for London said: "It was treated like any other graffiti on the network."
This has got us thinking...
- Should the art have been left as it was?
- Does it matter that the art was washed away?
- Should famous artists face the same graffiti rules as everyone else?
Read the articles above to get to know the story better, and give your opinions below. Remember to give your reasons!