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Phoenix Mayor Kathy Scottsdale is reportedly working on a new tattoo scheme for the city’s female body.

The plan reportedly includes phoenix tattoos, which she said will be “super sexy” and “super popular.”

Phoenix Mayor Katharine Scottsdotter is reportedly planning to put up a pharaoh statue in the downtown Phoenix City Hall plaza, according to The Arizona Republic.

The Phoenix mayor’s plan would include phoenix pharaohs, a statue of a pharaonic goddess, a pharoah, and a phallus, The Republic reported.

Phoenix Mayor Katharine Scottsdottir also said that the pharaoh statues would be placed on Phoenix’s main boulevard, Phoenix Boulevard, The Arizona State Journal reported.

Scottsdotter has also proposed a plan to remove the “pharaohs” from the plaza, The Journal reported, which is to be done by 2019.

The Phoenix Mayor’s plan, which will include pharaoh figures, is part of a $100,000 fundraising effort for Phoenix’s female homeless, the Republic reported, citing sources.

Scottersdottin’ pharaoh scheme has drawn criticism from other politicians, who have criticized her decision to use the city of Phoenix to fundraise for homeless women.

According to a petition launched by the city in July, the statue would feature a pharon, which was an ancient Egyptian deity worshipped by the pharoahs.

The petition also said the statue will be located near the Phoenix International Airport and that the statue is “a symbol of equality, love, compassion and a commitment to the wellbeing of all people.”

The Phoenix mayoral campaign was also criticized for not having a plan for a statue that would “adopt a pharan” of the Phoenix female homeless.

It’s not the first time Phoenix has attempted to attract female celebrities to its downtown.

Phoenix City Councilor Mike Zuber said the city was “going to do what’s best for us,” according to the Republic.

The city is considering pharaoh-related items for the plaza and the statue, according the Republic, and has said it will donate proceeds to homeless charities.

The Arizona Republic reports that the Phoenix mayor plans to sell a statue with a pharon to a private collector for $1 million.

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