Suspected new Banksy piece with blindfolded man and ‘con serf a teef’ appears on wall in Swansea

A SUSPECCTED new Banksy has appeared in Wales leaving fans to guess its meaning.

The artwork, which depicts a man walking blindly off a ledge, was spotted on a wall in Swansea, South Wales.

The man, wearing a suit and blue blindfold, is accompanied with the words 'con serf a teef', also in blue.

Their meaning is likely 'conservative', hinting at a Tory minister walking blindly towards a drop.

The political piece, which matches Banksy's signature style, has no signature from the artist.

It could be trying to portray risk or ignorance walking into danger. 

It could also hint at a number of headlines involving the Conservatives this week.

Boris Johnson announced Brits would have to work from home and flash vaccine passports to enter major events, sparking fears of future Covid restrictions.

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But furious Tory MPs described the "baffling" restrictions as "ineffective and discriminatory" and even suggested they've been introduced to distract from the row over the No10 Christmas Party.

Tory aides are said to have held three government staff parties during lockdown last year as the rest of the country were barred from seeing loved ones.

Meanwhile, Boris Johnson was accused of lying over his Downing Street flat makeover.

And the chaos comes as the Omicron variant spreads across Britain with fears mounting over future Covid changes.

Banksy's identity has never been confirmed despite his worldwide fame.

Earlier this month, he offered to stump up £10million to buy a prison – after covering its wall with artwork.

The artist offered to match the £10 million asking price for HMP Reading by selling the stencil he used to paint on the grade II listed building in March, 2021.

It has an estimated value of up to £15 million and will be sold privately to a collector without an auction.

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