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A less than traditional front yard Easter display has divided a New Jersey town, with some residents calling it an affront to the holiday
The display in Clifton features five mannequins dressed as a scantily-clad bunnies, all of whom are carrying Easter baskets
A woman admitted tearing it down last week, calling it 'disgusting;' the dentist who put it there originally resurrected it over the weekend
A New Jersey dentist has resurrected a racy Easter display that was destroyed last week by a neighbor who had called it "disgusting."
Wayne Gangi spent the weekend putting the lingerie-clad mannequins back in place outside his Clifton office. He also added some male mannequins after hearing complaints that his previous display only included women.
The initial display featured five mannequins dressed in lingerie, all holding Easter baskets and surrounded by Easter eggs. It had drawn mixed reviews from neighbors, as well as passersby who stopped to take photos.
A news crew was filming the display last week when 37-year-old Desiree Mozek took it down with some garden shears.
Mozek, who has been charged with criminal mischief, says she didn't want her 16-year-old son to be subjected to the "disgusting" display.
She told News 4 she wasn't the least bit sorry for destroying the scene, saying she readily admitted as much to police when they questioned her about it.
“I think I did something right,” Mozek told News 4.