NEW YORK - A sculpture meant to protest the "Fearless Girl" statue in Lower Manhattan has been removed.
The New York Post says Upper West Side sculptor Alex Gardega placed his statue of a urinating dog next to the Fearless Girl over the weekend.
A Boston-based financial company installed the "Fearless Girl" near Wall Street's "Charging Bull" in March.
According to the Post, Gardega says he's pro-feminism but calls the Fearless Girl "corporate nonsense."
The dog statue was removed early Tuesday.
The sculptor of the "Charging Bull" has also spoken out against the "Fearless Girl".
Arturo di Modica is suing to have the girl removed, saying the state violates his artistic copyright.