Bowie super fan offers "£5,000" donation for the homeless if statue vandal hands himself in to the police

Bowie super fan offers "5,000" donation for the homeless if statue vandal hands himself in to the police
Bowie super fan offers "5,000" donation for the homeless if statue vandal hands himself in to the police

A Bowie super fan, who made a 'large financial contribution' to the erection of the David Bowie statue, has offered a huge reward if the vandal turns himself in.

Alex Laurent, who is making this amazing gesture said: "If the perpetrator hands them self into the local police, I’ll donate £5000 to the homeless.

"Let's see if they have the conviction to be convicted!

Alex lives in Spain and Thailand, and operates over 100 David Bowie Tribute groups.

Alex added: "I am saddened and embarrassed by my fellow Brits actions, but except this could happen easily elsewhere in the world.

"Having worked for David Bowie for many years, I can say that he was not a person that would encourage a statue, but he was fiercely British and loved his country.

"It was an ambitious project by David Stopps, to site the statue outdoors.

"But I feel the statue should be moved inside in a museum type secure setting. Aylesbury dont mess up the eyes of the world are upon you!"