Protest

Sodtherich? Graffiti artist’s sticker ends up on police officer’s helmet during London march

There was a light moment during the London protests on Wednesday as a graffiti stickers somehow got attached to the back of a police officer’s helmet. You can see the photo here, with the Sodtherich sticker very clearly visible.

The original Sodtherich stickers were created by someone named Chu, although it’s not clear if he/she was responsible for the sticker on the police officer’s helmet. On Twitter, though, Chu said that the sticker was put in position thanks to a combination of “quick fingers and a bit of good adhesive”.

The sticker is probably long gone by now. And in case you hadn’t noticed, Sodtherich is an anagram of Shoreditch. The people behind Sodtherich are believed to have also been behind a spot of street art that appeared on Curtain Road recently.

About Sarah Bosdiccia

Sarah Bosdiccia is a writer, journalist, blogger and editorial assistant. In the past, she has worked in the local newspaper business and has taught journalism modules at undergraduate level. She doesn't 'do' Facebook but you can follow her at @sarah_bosdiccia.

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