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Beyts, 62, who has opposed the development​ ​from the start​ over environmental concerns, said she was walking near the course with friend Sue Edwards in April 2016 when nature called.She said she “shouted to Sue, something like, ‘I need a private moment,’ and she said something like, ‘I’ll carry on and make sure no one is around.'” Beyts, who said she was suffering from urinary incontinence at the time, found a spot in the dunes. I’m not in the habit of urinating when there is anybody in view. I just squatted down in the dunes,” she told the court. We get chatting to another group of guys and soon we have a little posse all of our own, swaying as the beers take hold, lighting each other’s cigarettes and talking utter rubbish – each of us pretending it isn’t absolutely freezing. I play along and exclaim “Urrrrgh” loudly as they kiss, noticing that Alex tries to slip the other guy his tongue. My stomach lurches and I start to feel light-headed. He looks from my face to the lighter and back again. I’m sorry, girls, but your names escape me all these years later. “I need the loo too so thought I’d chum you along,” he says. If his cheeks weren’t already rosy from the cold, he’d blush. Speaking to the Fearless Girl was commissioned by State Street Global Advisors, installing the statue to celebrate one year since the bank introduced its Gender Diversity Index.“I decided to build this dog and make it crappy to downgrade the statue, exactly how the girl is a downgrade on the bull,” Gardega continued. #Alex Gardenia #pissingpug https://t.co/JMdv0o CQXH — Debra Messing (@Debra Messing) Fearless Girl was originally put in front of Charging Bull — itself installed in 1985 — with the intention of staying for only a short while.However, while artist Kristen Visbal intended the sculpture to be a comment on gender equality, others have taken issue with Fearless Girl, including the Bull’s creator Arturo Di Modica.One artist has taken matters into his own hands, creating Pissing Pug — also known as Sketchy Dog — a small pooch seen urinating on Fearless Girl’s left shoe.

New York artist Alex Gardega installed a statue of a small dog pissing on the girl's left foot titled the "Pissing Pug."Arturo Di Modica, the artist behind the "Charging Bull," isn't a fan of the statue of a little girl standing defiantly in front of his bull, either, and is suing the asset management company that funded the project, State Street Global Advisors, for trademark and copyright infringement.

The two women continued on their way when a staff vehicle drove up and a man got out and began taking their picture.

After a brief, but “polite,” conversation, the car​​ drove away.

The year I go to Edinburgh’s annual street party, usually avoided by the locals, is 1997. I light a cigarette in the absence of absolutely anything else to do (this is a very long time ago – I haven’t smoked for over a decade) and as I take a drag, a group of people my age appear before me, one guy and two girls. The guy is warm and friendly and introduces himself as Alex. And then I look at Alex and pat his shoulder with a pathetic ‘matey’ stroke. Alex smiles back at me without even a hint of snide. I hear my name being called and turn to see Alex bounding up behind me.

My friend and I don’t have tickets for the street party, but we are not-very-reliably informed it is the ‘place to go’, so we buy lots of beer and make sure we are within the boundaries before they are roped off for ticketholders. But now it is 7.30pm, it’s freezing and I am going to be here for at least five hours. My friend is very sociable and boisterous, so we soon develop a kind of camaraderie. Wrong sex and all that.” I am basically chucking out a #No Homo response. I’m glad to be away from them, but I am not alone for long.

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