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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Jesus, Receiving Oral Sex, Mauled With Crowbar (PICS, VIDEO)

Posted By on Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 8:55 AM

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A Stanford professor's artistic depiction of the King of Kings receiving oral gratification was yesterday battered by a crowbar-wielding woman.

Enrique Chagoya, a member of Stanford's art department, certainly raised some eyebrows with "The Misadventures of Romantic Cannibals," a comic book-like work featuring a panel of Jesus (depicted as a cleavage-bearing lady) getting sucked off by a swarthy man. A woman identified as Kathleen Folden doesn't know art, but she knows what she likes -- and police claim she yesterday entered a Loveland, Colo. museum and destroyed Chagoya's work with a crowbar.

See the work of art below, along with a blowup of the controversial panel that purportedly transformed Folden into the nation's toughest art critic:


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Everyone's a critic. But not everyone uses the crowbar method of gauging artistic merit:




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