WHITE supremacist graffiti has been sprayed on a wall in South Guildford and labelled the “New City of Bayswater Logo”.
The offensive slogan includes six Nazi swastikas and two east-Asian swastikas.
A photo of the wall, located at 150 Queens Road, was circulated on social media today.
Spotted in Guildford and could be our best evidence of the escalating turf war between the City of Swan and City of Bayswater (Josh A) pic.twitter.com/v5vV0HZL4K
— The Bell Tower Times (@BellTowerTimez) June 12, 2018
Swan chief executive Mike Foley said the City was aware of the graffiti located in South Guildford near Queens Road and Great Eastern Highway, and arranged for it to be removed.
Bayswater Mayor Dan Bull said the graffiti was “clearly offensive”.
“We have been in touch with the City of Swan who have let us know their graffiti team will be removing it as soon as they can,” he said.
It’s not the first time the City of Swan has had to deal with racist graffiti, with police hunting vandals who sprayed the swastika on a carpark back in 2015.