Museum made the decision to drop Domestikator, which depicts a human figure penetrating an animal, after criticism on social media

The Pompidou Centre in Paris will display a sexually explicit sculpture after it was deemed too risqué for the Louvre.

Standing 12 metres tall, Domestikator, a creation from Dutch artist Joep van Lieshout, was originally expected to stand in the 13th century Tuileries Gardens adjacent to Paris’ Louvre museum as part of a contemporary art fair this month.

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