The owner of a wooden house that was vandalised in South Australia will have to relocate to a new home.
In a Facebook post, the owner of the wooden house, David Daley, said the vandalised wooden structure had been removed from his property.
“I was at work and noticed the graffiti on the exterior of the house on Tuesday evening,” Mr Daley said.
“The property owner, Mark Gorman, and I were at work when we noticed the damage.”
It was clearly visible that someone had been taking a look inside and had done some damage to the wooden structure.
“We have since removed the graffiti and are working to get it repaired.”
Mr Daley is due to take the structure out of his house, which is owned by his sister, on Wednesday morning.
The owner, Mr Gorman has previously described the incident as an “epidemic” and has promised to clean up the graffiti.