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September 1, 1961
Bra & knickers were painted on her and her hair was painted red
April 28, 1963
She was covered in red paint
April 24, 1964
She was decapitated, and her head had to be replaced
July 15, 1976
The Mermaid was covered in paint
July 22, 1984
The right arm of the Mermaid was cut off
August 5, 1990
Another attempt was made to decapitate the statue
January 6, 1998
She was decapitated, but the head was returned
September 11, 2003
The Mermaid was not on her stone in the morning. Later she was found in the
water blasted off her stone!
March 5, 2007
She was painted pink from the top of her head to the tip of her fish tail
March 25 – November 1, 2010
The little Mermaid was sent to China to represent Denmark
at the world EXPO 2010 in Shanghai.