Revealed by Banksy in December 2020, the piece was originally located at the bottom of the UK's steepest resident street in the colourful neighbourhood of Totterdown.
The stencil showed a woman sneezing and her dentures flying away, and was thought to be a response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
In March 2021, a crane was used to lift the work from the wall. It is currently not clear as to why the piece was removed from it's original location, nor what will happen to it.
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Bristol's home-grown and anonymous graffiti artist Banksy is known all across the world for his satirical, anti-establishment and thought-provoking street art. Several pieces remain in various locations around Bristol, so you would be a fool not to see his amazing work firsthand.