NEW YORK (AP) — An activist art group has staged an exhibit featuring live rats and a Donald Trump impersonator inside a Trump hotel in New York City.
The Daily News reports that the group called Indecline installed the guerrilla art show inside a suite at the Trump International Hotel.
On March 29th, #INDECLINE checked into a suite at the Trump International Hotel in New York City. Over the course of 24 hours, our collective constructed an unauthorized, art installation entitled, “The People’s Prison."— IИDECLIИE (@indecline_) March 31, 2018
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The newspaper says seven people showed up at the hotel Thursday night carrying suitcases filled with supplies.
Over the next 24 hour they transformed the suite into a shocking exhibit featuring a Trump impersonator in a jail cell surrounded by rats and McDonald's wrappers.
The group cleaned up the installation before checking out early Saturday.
A woman who answered the phone at the hotel said she could not comment.
Indecline's other stunts have included a naked Trump statue in Union Square last August.