'Parks and Recreation' Fans Outraged By Theft Of Ben And Leslie's Love Lock On Paris Bridge

Feb 07, 2014 | Updated Feb 07, 2014
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"Parks and Recreation" fans are fuming over the theft of an important piece of public memorabilia.

In the show's 100th episode, Leslie and Ben visited Paris and proclaimed their eternal love. The pair strolled across the Pont des Arts, snapping to the railing a padlock with the words "LESLIE AND BEN" and a red heart written on it.

Recently, a "Parks and Recreation" fan visited Paris and headed to the bridge, hoping to snap a photo of the prop, only to find that the fence had been cut and the lock removed.

It's a total Councilman Jamm move, and "Parks and Recreation" fans are predictably upset. Disappointed devotees of the show have taken to Twitter to express their outrage and publicly shame the "jerkface" thief.

Adam Scott, aka Ben Wyatt, provided a succinct statement:

"Parks and Recreation" co-creator Michael Schur also tweeted his disappointment, writing that it "stinks," and asking, "Please bring it back?"

Here is an appropriate reaction to this news.

If there ever was a case for Bert Macklin, FBI ...

Relive the moment that Ben and Leslie added their padlock to the fence and think of happier days.

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