NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Bah, bah bad girl.

Days after a Brooklyn woman was arrested for allegedly decapitating a paper mache sheep sculpture with her foot in Times Square, a Facebook profile page surfaced with what appeared to be someone bragging about the incident.

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“Counting Sheep” by Brooklyn Artist Kyu Seok (Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images)

Police reportedly arrested 22-year-old Taylor Galary Tuesday morning after kicking the installation. The display, by artist Kyu Seok Oh, features a flock of 24 sheep sculptures which was erected this week at the Broadway Pedestrian Plaza to coincide with the Armory Art Show.

Galary reportedly tried to flee in a taxi but was spotted by a Times Square Alliance public safety officer who quickly flagged down a police officer.

She has been charged with criminal mischief.

On Thursday afternoon, a Facebook user, under the same name as the suspect, posted an Antoine Dodson-style status update stating, “HIDE YO SHEEP HIDE YO LAMB.”

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The post generated 13 “likes” and one user commented, “[W]ho’d have thought it was easier to make an escape on the subway than a cab….plus i lost a shoe!!”

Oh quickly repaired the damaged artwork — which took him 10 months to create the sculptures.

“This is not a museum, not a gallery — this is Times Square,” Oh told DNAinfo.

He said he prefers people “hugging” and “touching” the sheep. The installation will remain on display in Times Square through March 7.

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