The corpse of a beached Minke whale in New Jersey became a canvas for graffiti artists, Atlantic City police confirmed Thursday.
The whale was discovered Thursday morning covered in purple graffiti that appeared to be the Greek letters Tau Epsilon Phi followed by the number 94. Several schools in the area host fraternities named for the same Greek letters.
At more than 12 feet long, disposing of the whale is proving contentious in among Atlantic City’s beach community. The corpse was dragged from beneath the pier down the beach where authorities plan to bury it, which has some business owners worried about the stench of decomposing whale, the Press of Atlantic City reports. The whale washed up along with the corpse of a common dolphin. It’s not uncommon for the corpses of either animal to wash ashore in the area.
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