Jackson fans to clean vandalised tomb
London: A group of fans of pop legend Michael Jackson has offered to clean up his vandalised tomb in California, US, which has been defaced with tributes by fans in permanent ink.
Several members of the official Michael Jackson fans of southern California group, who visit the site monthly, have offered to clean up the cemetery, reports contactmusic.com.
"Fix this mess," said one Jackson fan, so that they aren`t banned completely from paying their respects at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California, where the singer was buried following his death last year.
Ever since, Some mourners started writing tributes such as "Miss you sweet angel" and "Keep the dream alive". Many of these were made using permanent ink, and officials are planning to beef up security at the location.