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NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 03: Sophie Sandberg uses colored chalk to draw a quote on the sidewalk from a catcall made towards a woman on October 3, 2018 in New York City. Victims of catcalls, or sexual street harassment, send Sandberg messages on Instagram and she documents them near where the offenses occurred. Sandberg, a senior at New York University, wants to draw attention to the inappropriate and sexual behavior in which some men choose to engage. Sandberg has named the project "Catcalls of NYC," in which she tries to display a quote every day throughout the city. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

A woman is being dubbed “Sidewalk Susan” for taking the fun out of a kid’s project.

The viral video shows “Susan” power washing a child’s sidewalk chalk art away as the young girl watches, crying. The woman says to the little girl, “We don’t want to have to look down at this mess.”

A woman can be heard defending her daughter and telling the woman to look away if she doesn’t want to see the mess.

Needless to say, the social media universe is strongly against sidewalk Susan. Many commenters noted that sidewalk chalk art is a big thing right now and that even adults are into it.