Get a life.
An exhibition by headline-grabbing UK artist Banksy has been criticised for including a live painted elephant.
The animal, called Tai, was covered in pink and gold paint and placed in a mocked-up house to represent how world poverty is widely ignored.
Officials from the Los Angeles Animal Services Department told the Associated Press they would never again issue permits for such a "frivolous" purpose.
The elephant's owner said the dye was non-toxic and welfare was paramount.
Ed Boks, head of Animal Services in Los Angeles, said: "I think it sends a very wrong message that abusing animals is not only OK, it's an art form.
"We find it no longer acceptable to dye baby chicks at Easter, but it's OK to dye an elephant."
It's clearly time to start abusing folks like Ed Boks...