Banksy's Sirens of the Lambs truck was spotted today at the Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performance Art in the UK, over 3,300 miles from where it was first seen as a part of the "Better Out Than In" residency in New York City. 

According to Street Art News, the truck used for the installation is a "local Somerset farm truck" with "25% more terror." The festival's organizer Michael Evins did not really "get" the piece and reportedly asked Telegraph"Is it some kind of animal rights thing? I’m not sure about it. Our cows are actually very happy, they have the highest milk yield in the county.”

The truck is expected to return to the festival daily around lunchtime, so if you are out there and missed it because you were too turnt, you'll have another shot.

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[via Artnet]