South Africa vandals deface risque Zuma art
Social media websites abuzz after paint splashed on painting of South African president shown with genitals exposed.
Last Modified: 23 May 2012 05:36
Painting, which shows displays Jacob Zuma's genitals, has been described as "sadistic" by his supporters [AP]

Social media websites have been abuzz with reports that a controversial painting showing South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has been vandalised in a Johannesburg art gallery.

The painting, which shows Zuma's genitals, has been described as "sadistic" by the SA Communist Party.

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