(NEW YORK POST) — Wall Street’s bull is about to break free from his corral.

The NYPD on Monday will remove barricades that were erected around the “Charging Bull” sculpture to protect it from the Occupy Wall Street protesters who spent two months camped out at Zuccotti Park.

The Post reported last week that the unsightly barriers have kept tourists away, hurting local businesses. A Post editorial called on Mayor Bloomberg to take the barriers down.

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