Remember that naked Donald Trump statue that appeared in several major cities across the U.S? If not, we're talking about a fully nude, life-sized depiction of our current Republican presidential candidate.

The phenomenon began in late August when several naked Trump statues were installed throughout major cities such as New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Cleveland and Los Angeles.

Who can we thank for the unattractive Trump semblances titled "The Emperor Has No Balls?" An art collective that goes by INDECLINE.

According to the Los Angeles Times, an anonymous spokesperson for the group said the statues were "really just in response to our disdain for Trump making it as far as he did."

Some of the statues like the ones located in Cleveland and New York were both instantly taken down hours after they were installed. However, the Los Angeles statue prevailed and now comes at a large price if you want to be its owner.

Julien's Auctions, located in West Hollywood, is set to auction off the statue with a starting price of $10,000-$20,000 and a fraction of the proceeds will benefit the National Immigration Forum, one of the leading immigrant advocacy groups in the country.

The statue can be seen through the gallery's window display and the Julien's Auctions street art auction takes place on Oct. 22.

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