Influencer vandal tracked down from handle on UNESCO natural landmark

An influencer has apologised after she was sprung for graffiti-tagging her Instagram handle on ancient white-chalk cliffs at the UK’s only UNESCO World Heritage site.

Alexandra Milam, who has more than 12,000 followers on Instagram, scrawled the handle name on the 180 million year-old cliffs at Durdle Door in Dorset, a hugely popular tourist drawcard on the Jurassic Coast.

Milam’s graffiti was exposed by a volunteer who shared a photo on Instagram of her efforts to clean the precious soft rock that had been defaced by visitors.

Don’t mind me, just cleaning graffiti off a UNESCO world heritage site! 😡 I feel physically sick after every clean but this area makes me feel so much worse 🤢 it’s horrific. . . . . . . . . . . . #saveouroceans #litterfreedorset #sunsets #ecofriendly #lovedorset #litterfreecoast #litterpickers #southcoast #countryliving #saveourbeach #nature_lovers #earthofficial #litterfreecoast #plasticpollution #disrespectful #dirty #exploredorset #coast #seascape #countrylife #blue #2020 #lovewherewelive #home #motherearth #cleanjurassiccoast #unescoworldheritage #graffiti #mrsmop

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