We don't like this news one bit. Following a world cup qualifying match between Jamaica and Costa Rica, residents of Jamaica noticed that a bronze statue of reggae legend Bob Marley that stands in Celebrity Park near the National Stadium had been vandalized with red paint. Naturally, fingers are being pointed at the Costa Rica fans, who also allegedly defaced a ticket office at the stadium. All of this over a match that ended in a tie? No matter how much you hate another team or love your own, how can you do this to the G.O.A.T?! Park officials were slow to notice the damage and there is no word on how or if it can be cleaned. We demand forensics track down the bastards that did this and make them pay (insert Jamaican swear words here).

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