Did an artist put this marine pollution sculpture at Langstone Harbour?

IT COULD have been left as a stark reminder to keep our beaches and oceans clean.

Sunday, 7th October 2018, 2:05 pm
Updated Sunday, 7th October 2018, 3:09 pm
This piece of artwork is at Langstone Harbour. Picture: Mark Rutley

A man-made '˜marine pollution' sculpture has been left at Langstone Harbour.

Fareham resident Mark Rutley was out to take pictures of the early morning sunrise when he spotted the sculpture.

The 61-year-old said the piece was there on Saturday and added: '˜It's towards the Havant end of Langstone Bridge, on the other side of the Ship Inn, near the old Hayling Billy line.

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Picture: Mark Rutley

'˜This is definitely a piece of artwork, it's man-made and I think it's a stark reminder of the damage plastic and other waste does to the environment.

'˜It's shaped as a triangle, to me that signifies a warning sign.

'˜I'd like to know who the artist is.'

The artwork contains shoes, plastic bottles, rope and other waste.

Picture: Mark Rutley
Picture: Mark Rutley
Picture: Mark Rutley