The famous Kissing Coppers have popped up in Brighton again - but are they an authentic Banksy?
No Walls Gallery director James Woodward reckons a new version painted on the old Astoria Theatre might be the real thing.
Woodward says the new artwork has all the hallmarks of an original - despite appearing on April Fools' Day.
He spotted the work on Monday night, a few days after same-sex marriage was legalised in the UK.
He said: “The placement and execution are both right and the timing with same sex marriages legalised in the UK just the other day all point to it being his. It all feels very Banksy like.”
The original Banksy mural fetched $575,000 (£345,000) at a US auction in February after being removed from the wall of a Brighton pub.
The life-size black-and-white graffiti work of two policemen kissing, spray-painted on the side of the Prince Albert pub on Trafalgar Street in 2004, was sold to an anonymous buyer in Miami.
It remains one of the elusive Bristolian artist's best-known works.
“I hope this is the first of a bunch of new pieces in Brighton,” added Woodward. “But I doubt it...”