Paavo Arhinmäki, a deputy mayor in Helsinki, Finland, is in trouble for getting caught painting graffiti in a train tunnel. Arhinmäki looks after culture and leisure for the city government and apparently is a longtime street art enthusiast. The work as seen below looks great!
Arhinmäki apologized for "this stupid foolishness of mine. I'm asking for forgiveness," adding that he and his friend had long been inspired by the graffiti adorning the walls of Pasila, a district renowned for its urban art.
It cost the Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency €3,500 ($3,800) to clean the graffiti from a concrete slab inside the tunnel, a spokesperson for the agency told CNN over email.