LINCOLN, Neb. (CBS Local) — A woman in Lincoln, Nebraska, is demanding the city move a 6-foot Spider-Man fiberglass sculpture in front of the Lincoln Children’s Zoo, complaining it is “anti-Christian” and “demonic.”

The fiberglass sculpture is of Spider-Man’s hands in their traditional web-shooting position with two middle fingers touching the palm.

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However, in an email to Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird on Friday, the woman insisted it’s “a sculpture of two hands open, painted Red & Black, and formed into Devil Horns.” She also called the art ugly, perverse and a “hate crime against the church.”

City ombudsman Lin Quenzer responded to the concerned woman via email to explain that the Spider-Man hands wasn’t devil horns or even a city issue at all.

It’s actually one of 50 sculptures installed across the city in the “Serving Hands Lincoln” public art project, which will benefit Campus Life, a ministry of Lincoln Youth for Christ, a nonprofit faith-based community organization.

“The sculpture is most definitely not a devil-related sculpture,” Matt Schulte, Campus Life’s executive director, told the Lincoln Journal Star. “It clearly has a very playful child-like intent.”

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The Spider-Man sculpture, along with the others in the collection, will be auctioned in October with two-thirds of the proceeds benefiting Campus Life. The remaining proceeds from each sale will go back to the artist.