Surveillance video from late Monday, Oct. 21, shows vandals allegedly spray painting the home of Rudy Giuliani’s former chief-of-staff in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, the New York Daily News reported.
More than a dozen people rode up to Randy Mastro’s house on bicycles before reportedly spray painting illicit messages on the sidewalk outside his home.
Surveillance video released by police captured a gang of bicycle-riding vandals targeting the home of Rudy Giuliani’s one-time chief of staff who is helping efforts to boot homeless people out of the Upper West Side.https://t.co/wAkaOFDZiU
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While at the house, the group allegedly spray-painted the front door, threw eggs at the house and glued the door shut. (RELATED: Mayor Of Olympia, Washington, Says Her Home Had ‘BLM’ Spray-Painted On Door And Porch, Cites ‘Domestic Terrorism)
The incident is being classified as a “politically motivated attack”, according to the New York Daily News.
“The persons who did this are criminals who should be brought to justice,” Mastro said. (RELATED: Homeless Man Reportedly Arrested After Pelting Police With Eggs During A Trump Rally)
Mastro is currently representing a group of Upper West Side residents who claim the homelessness problem has ruined the quality of life in the neighborhood, WCBS Newsradio reported.
“While I understand that tensions are high regarding the situation at the Lucerne, civil discourse must prevail, Gale Brewer, Manhattan Borough President, said, per WCBS Newsradio.