There are a bunch of great ways to celebrate and commemorate your love of the #HarryPotter universe. Get a Potter-themed tattoo! Make your loved one a pensieve! Just don't desecrate a 2000-year-old tomb with symbols of your fan devotion, like person(s) unknown did to this treasured landmark in Spain...
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Oh, and they didn't even stick to the Harry Potter script: the symbol on the left is the mark of Cain from Supernatural. If you're gonna trash an irreplaceable 2000-year-old rock formation, at least stick to one graffiti topic! Maybe the stones were vandalized by two different fans at different times?
The three brothers would certainly not approve....
Please, Potter fans, express your devotion in healthy and constructive ways!
How do you feel about the fan graffiti on this Spanish monument?