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Nintendo’s Donkey Kong statue was not actually stolen from its New York store

Fear not: a large Donkey Kong statue at Nintendo’s New York City store has not gone missing after the building was broken into on Monday evening.

A now-viral tweet claimed looters removed a life-sized model of the fictional gorilla during demonstrations in Manhattan earlier this week. The tweet featured real images of the Nintendo retail location with police standing outside and broken storefront windows. But it also contained an image, suspected to be Photoshopped, of the Donkey Kong statue missing.


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https://www.theverge.com/tldr/2020/6/3/21279768/nintendo-new-york-retail-store-donkey-kong-statue-was-not-actually-stolen

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