The church is an expert in covering up these sort of things. Maybe move it to another school until the attention dies down
— Darn (@DarnSmall) November 22, 2017
A Catholic school hiding things? Surely not!!!!
— WomenWithoutReligion (@Womenwthoutrlgn) November 22, 2017
Hahahahaha! You know someone had to pose for 1000 hours to make the sculpture. I'm surprised the bread stayed firm for so long.
— Magic Bear ? (@assault_bear) November 22, 2017
No one saw the flaw in the design in the first place? Lol pic.twitter.com/KvgHYD6dz7
— Stacey Looker (@staceylee1012) November 22, 2017
This statue has been covered up at a catholic school in Australia,and is being removed,I wonder why???? pic.twitter.com/QI6ETmIQ7B
— SMITHY (@smithycrs92) November 22, 2017
I’m not sure what’s more symbolic, the fact that a catholic college put up a statue inadvertently highlighting sexual abuse of young boys, or the fact that they’ve covered it up. pic.twitter.com/6n7Gc2g4hs
— RAM (@foolsmuse) November 22, 2017
Apparently this priest statue was covered up for being ‘too suggestive’ but it doesn’t look any different than my typical Sunday school experience… pic.twitter.com/BMqWKJUZJ6
— sᴄʀᴜ̈ᴇɢɢs (@scrueggs) November 23, 2017
A big shout out to who decided that statue of the priest with a suggestive bread roll and a small boy was a bit beyond the limits, and covered it up. Mind you, I just don't know why they didn't do what they did for years and just move it to another parish. And cover it up.
— J L T Taylor (@taylor_jlt) November 22, 2017