WATCH: #MeToo Vandals Claim World War II Celebratory Iconic Kiss is Sexual Assault

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sculpture is based on the famous 1945 photograph taken in New York's Times Square

ABOVE VIDEO: While police were trying to find the person who painted “#MeToo” on a famous statue in Sarasota, the crime led to a broader conversation about an iconic moment in American history. (Fox News image)

SARASOTA, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS)– While police were trying to find the person who painted “#MeToo” on a famous statue in Sarasota, the crime led to a broader conversation about an iconic moment in American history.

The “Unconditional Surrender” statue depicts a sailor kissing a nurse right after the Japanese surrendered to end World War II.

The sculpture is based on the famous 1945 photograph taken in New York’s Times Square.

Early Tuesday morning, police reported that “#MeToo” had been written on the nurses’ leg in red paint, referencing the movement to spotlight sexual assault.

Early Tuesday morning, police reported that “#MeToo” had been written on the nurses’ leg in red paint, referencing the movement to spotlight sexual assault. (Fox News image)

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