Bayside has street art all locked up

Someone attached about a dozen locks with written messages to the fence at the Bayside LIRR station.

Someone attached about a dozen locks with written messages to the fence at the Bayside LIRR station.

OK.  We’ll bite.

Leaving the Port Washington-bound train at the Bayside stop this morning, we encountered about a dozen locks in various shapes and sizes attached to the fence over the tracks on Bell Boulevard.

On the face of each lock, someone has written things like “Toots,” “Smile!” and “Glitter Girl” in black Sharpie.

We’re not sure what the person was trying to say –maybe they feel locked out of the city’s art scene out here in the burbs–but it definitely got our attention.

Let’s us know what you think. And if you’re the creator, tell us what it means.

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