Six-foot Spider-Man hands art exhibit mistaken for 'devil horns' by woman in Nebraskan

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A woman's complaint has been shared after she mistook a six-foot sculpture of Spider-Man's hands shooting web for 'devil horns'

The art piece, which is part of art project 'Serving Hands' in Lincoln, Nebraska, came under fire from a member of the public.

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Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird received the e-mail complaining that the large hands located near to the area's 27th Street and Capitol Parkway intersection.

'It is a sculpture of two hands open, painted Red & Black, and formed into Devil Horns,' the woman wrote, according to the Lincoln Journal Star. She went onto add that it was anti-Christian, demonic and inappropriate.

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She demanded the removal of the large 'satanic' piece, describing it as ugly, perverse and a 'hate crime against the church,' The Star reported.

It was actually a piece of art made by Ian Anthony Laing and is one of 50 sculptures across the city of Lincoln, intended to 'benefit Campus Life.'

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The City ombudsman Lin Quenze replied...
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