Banksy was back to work Thursday, as he tagged a security gate at the Hustler Club after taking Wednesday off because of NYPD trouble in his monthlong "residency" in the city.

The famed, unnamed British graffiti artist hit the gate on the jiggle joint's main entrance, drawing a man in a suit leaning up against the wall holding a bouquet of wilting flowers, its red petals floating to the ground.

"Waiting in vain ... at the door of the club," Banksy wrote as a caption for the piece, of which he posted photos on his website.

Banksy, who has painted one piece a day all month across the city, skipped Wednesday after "police activity" halted his work for that day.

"Today's art has been canceled due to police activity," Banksy cryptically wrote on his website Wednesday without elaborating what activity that may have been.

A tipster says he told the state about buried drums at Bethpage Community Park nearly a decade ago. Newsday's Ken Buffa reports. Credit: Newsday/Daddona / Pfost / Villa Loarca

Uncovering the truth about the chemical drums A tipster says he told the state about buried drums at Bethpage Community Park nearly a decade ago. Newsday's Ken Buffa reports.

A tipster says he told the state about buried drums at Bethpage Community Park nearly a decade ago. Newsday's Ken Buffa reports. Credit: Newsday/Daddona / Pfost / Villa Loarca

Uncovering the truth about the chemical drums A tipster says he told the state about buried drums at Bethpage Community Park nearly a decade ago. Newsday's Ken Buffa reports.

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