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A Instagram model slammed on social media for the violation of a 200-year-old post-war statue in Poland, allegedly, in the hopes of gaining more followers.

In the past few days, influencer Julia Slonska was sand-blasted for a 6-second video, in which she pushes the nose of an angel statue in the centre of Warsaw, Swiss Valley Park, Metro reports.

Twitter users who are not the so-called joke is so funny, with a number of explained her actions as “stupid and brainless”, while others echoed that they would be convicted for the crime.
(Kennedy News)

In the clip, the woman makes eye contact with the camera, and blows out the nose of the state with a few quick strokes of a hammer. The cackling laughter can be heard in the background, and the clip ends; the images themselves has been viewed more than 5,000 times on YouTube.

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According to Metro, Slonska and her friend pulled the stunt in the search of social media fame. Slonka currently has more than 6,000 followers on Instagram.
(Kennedy News)

According to Metro, Slonska and her friend pulled the stunt in the search of social media fame. Slonka currently has more than 6,000 followers on Instagram.

Twitter users who are not the so-called joke is so funny, but with some declaring her actions as “stupid and brainless”, while others echoed that they would be convicted for the crime.

The video was later removed from the platform, as per the outlet, and Slonska supposedly deleted from her Facebook.

In the wake of the backlash, the model has reportedly fell from a advertising cooperation with Polish online bank mBank.

“We certainly have no support for the behavior and the associated services need to go. If the responsibility for what the actress has many weeks after the completed photos are taken — we are not responsible for the individual choices of such people,” representatives of the company said that, as per Metro.. “We are not going to involve this girl in the following places.”

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Slonska, meanwhile, said showed remorse for the vandalism.

“I’m so stupid. I will not say what drove me, why I did it, because it is more of a private matter, but I really want to apologize to everyone,” she said, as per LADbible

Nor Slonska nor mBank immediately return Fox News’ request for comment on the story.

For now, the woman seems to have turned off comments on her Instagram page.

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