(MIAMI) -- The baby grand piano that mysteriously appeared on a sandbar in the middle of Florida's Biscayne Bay has influenced a copycat -- replaced for a short time by an equally baffling table and chairs.
The table, decked out with a tablecloth, place settings, a bottle of wine, along with the two chairs and a statue of a standing chef, was spotted Friday as the centerpiece to the now famous sandbar, according to a report by the Miami Herald.
The dinner setup was removed by authorities, who were concerned that the site may become a showpiece for pranksters.
The piano which started it all off was removed from the sandbar on Thursday. The piano became a national story after it was spotted on the sandbar and no one could determine who put it there or who it belonged to. A student recently came forward and claimed that he, along with his father and brother, took the piano out to the sandbar with the intention of using it to make a video. The baby grand piano was removed by another man who claimed that the instrument was discarded and in public domain, and that he was doing a public service by having it removed.
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