Someone Vandalized The H&M Toronto Flagship at Yonge & Dundas

The H&M Flagship store at Yonge & Dundas was vandalized Monday night. 

The H&M Flagship store at Yonge & Dundas was vandalized Monday night.    Images appeared on Instagram last night showing black spray paint splashed across the front marquee of the H&M store. The vandalism appears to show the word “torture”  painted on the illuminated side wall of the H&M’s Eaton Centre location.

While people can speculate, no one really knows what torture means, is it the bright lights that are always on? Does it have something to do with H&M’s “Monkey” shirt?

The graffiti is now gone, as crew late last Monday night were dispatched to clean it upWhileile no one has been charged yet, Yonge & Dundas square is one of the busiest intersection in the city and has an ample amount of cameras and security. It’s very likely that the perpetrator was caught on camera.

Graffiti cleanup on H&M Flagship store

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