Clevedon Pier, where One Direction's "You and I" music video was filmed, is struggling with Directioners' graffiti — and the managers of the site aren't happy with fans defacing the property!
The problems started after they put up a plaque commemorating the band onto a bench. Fans started writing next to it and leaving messages.
"We have encountered problems with fans trying to graffiti and leave their own messages to the band since the plaque was installed. In one incident two girls wrote their names and the wording ‘we love One Direction’ on the wood next to the plaque. Fortunately this was spotted by a passer-by and the girls [scrubbed] it off," pier manager Linda Strong told The Daily Mirror.
In fact, the source of the graffiti had to be moved closer to the entrance.
"By moving the plaque nearer to the entrance to the pier, it means we can keep a better eye on it."
Since Directioners also created a shrine where Harry Styles threw up by the side of the road, it makes sense they'd want to leave messages for the place where the band filmed their record-breaking music video. Thankfully, it doesn't seem like any of the damage was permanent!
Do you think that One Direction fans were out of line leaving their messages on the pier? Do you think they should have moved the plaque to the entrance? Tell us in the comments!