A prized piece by celebrated street artist Banksy has been flown thousands of miles across the Atlantic to star in a stateside exhibition.
Robin Barton of London art dealership Bankrobber said the Bristol guerrilla artist's work, known as Art Buff, was due to be flown out by air freight to Miami tonight.
It will take centre stage at Art Miami in the first week of December as part of a collaboration between Keszler Gallery and Bankrobber London.
The collaboration will feature a number of Banksy street works spanning the artist's career from 2005 and will represent the largest collection of the artist's street works ever displayed.
Last month the mural was vandalised just two weeks after it appeared on a wall in Folkestone, Kent.
The piece depicted an older woman staring at an empty plinth while wearing headphones with her hands clasped behind her back.
But a spray-painted penis was added to the plinth of the artwork in Payers Park.