Elusive artist Banksy has created new artwork in Birmingham, a festive-themed piece highlighting homelessness.
The artwork features in a film on Instagram that shows a man named Ryan on a bench being "pulled" by two reindeer painted on a brick wall in the city's Jewellery Quarter.
It has been viewed over 1m times since it was posted earlier.
Hours later though, the work was defaced by a vandal who sprayed red noses on the reindeer.
Unveiling the work, Banksy praised the generosity of people who gave Ryan food and drink while they filmed.
The post said: "God bless Birmingham. In the 20 minutes we filmed Ryan on this bench passers-by gave him a hot drink, two chocolate bars and a lighter - without him ever asking for anything."
"We are very keen to make sure it is a part of our community and not something that is taken away," he said.
"I think it comes at a great time of year - we obviously didn't know it was coming, but what a great time.
"And it's obviously about giving at a time of need for the homelessness that we have in these areas, and it's something that we've been working in partnership with the council and other organisations to try and tackle, so it's great to see it in our area."