The journalist Robert Iosub of the newspaper Ziar Piatra Neamt, which is published in the Romanian county of Neamt, spoke extremely unflatteringly about fellow citizens who started a joke with a metal pole. After the resonant events in the American state of Utah, where the mysterious "monolith" was found and from where it later disappeared, it allegedly migrated to Romania. In practice, it turned out that the Romanian prism was a fake.
According to the journalist, when he came to the ruins of the Dacian fortress to report on the curiosity, he saw something incomprehensible. In the case of the Americans, their pole at least shone and really resembled an "alien prism", and the Romanian version clearly came out of the workshop of a lazy welder. The metal is bad, the welds are crooked, and there is no question of any polishing.
Perhaps the opinion of the media representatives offended the authors of the installation so much that they rushed to get rid of their strange creation. The metal prism stood for only four days and, unlike the American one, there were no crowds wishing to be photographed with it. Officially, the police in the Piatra Neamt region are still investigating, but in fact, we can say that the joke did not justify itself.