A spate of vandal attacks on Adelaide’s North Terrace Remembrance Day memorial has left RSL officials angry and disgusted.
Military veterans and school kids placed thousands of white crosses near the National War Memorial to pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the field of battle.
However, dozens of those planted have been stolen or left damaged after vandal attacks.
The crosses had been damaged in years past, but the RSL’s commemorations manager Keith Harrison told The Advertiser that this is the worst damage he had seen.
“When I saw it this morning, I don’t know, I just lost it … All these crosses were pushed over and broke. Why do we bother,” Mr Harrison told The Advertiser.
The crosses had been damaged four times in the past eight days.