Spider-Man Dildo Dangles from Eldridge Street Wire

Posted on: August 8th, 2014 at 9:18 am by

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The Spiderman Dildo on Eldridge St.

The collection of dangling sneakers (and dildo) had been removed from the intersection of Eldridge and Broome Streets last winter. It was a watershed moment of sorts for the neighborhood, given that there’s usually something hanging from the power lines here.

Well, cue the return of a shiny (nay, veiny) new dildo. Except this time around, a Spider-Man doll replaces Barbie. Its arrival comes nearly a year after we stumbled upon the last rogue placement.

Denizens of Williamsburg might recognize the so-called “Spider-Man Dildo,” as much was made over an identical appearance back in April.

Meanwhile, the artist responsible for the hilarious dildo installations is still anonymous.

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Photo: Jeff Lawrence

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