Woman charged for damaging NJ neighbor’s racy display
Woman charged for damaging NJ neighbor’s racy display
Ed Murray | NJ Advance Media for Easter display in front of a dentist's office in Clifton N.J. Tuesday April 9 2019
13 April, 2019, 09:38
A New Jersey woman didn't care that cameras were rolling as she cut, destroyed and beheaded a dentist's roadside display of mannequins wearing lingerie, fishnet stockings and bunny ears, according to NBC New York. The display has drawn mixed reviews from neighbors, as well as passers-by who stopped to take photos.
Gangi estimated the display of five mannequins dressed in lingerie as being valued between $500 and $1,000. She says she didn't want her 16-year-old son to be subjected to the "disgusting" display. He's a good boy, you know?
Mozek walked over to the display with a pair of scissors in her hands as Ramos was recording a tease for a story about the controversial display.
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One of Dr Gangi's previous displays for Halloween. He said the idea came to him when he saw giant Easter eggs while walking around a Party City store.
Dr Gangi was not present at the time the mannequins were dismantled, but told media he is now in the process of filing a restraining order against Mozek. But apparently, the Easter display has gone a little too far.
He told WPIX that the display had nothing to do with Easter and everything to do with honoring the late Hugh Hefner on what would've been his 93rd birthday.
The mortified woman said she had no regrets about trashing the display.
Mozek claims she has no remorse, and police are not commenting on whether legal action will be taken.
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