A new piece of street art by Banksy has appeared on a house in Bristol.
The graffiti, which is on the wall of a semi-detached house on Vale Street in Totterdown, depicts a woman in a headscarf sneezing and her dentures flying through the air. The sneeze causes her to drop her walking stick and handbag.
Banksy has now publicly claimed responsibility for the art, which was spotted by Tristan Kay, a senior lecturer at University of Bristol.
In October, a Banksy artwork depicting a young girl hula-hooping with the wheel of a bicycle, next to a real bike missing a back wheel, was unveiled.
At the time, a local shop owner told the BBC a van “with blacked out windows” arrived on Tuesday evening (13 October), and the driver pretended his vehicle had broken down “but he was there for at least two hours”.
They said the man bought two bottles of Ribena from their shop and when they asked who the artist was, the man simply “winked”.
Banksy’s identity has famously remained unknown to the public.
Earlier this year, Art Attack presenter Neil Buchanan was forced to issue a denial after a bizarre conspiracy theory identifying him as Banksy went viral.