Radical graffiti artist Banksy has come under the spotlight after what is suspected to be his artwork appeared in the vicinity of the UK’s most prolific spying agency.

The work appeared to be pouring scorn over the actions of the nefarious GCHQ which has developed a reputation for eavesdropping on the phone calls and internet activities of millions of innocent citizens across the UK.

It attracted widespread attention and depicted agents who appeared to carrying out a spying operation.

Recently, the GCHQ has been exposed after it emerged that they had collaborated with the American spy group, the NSA.

A GCHQ spokeswoman tried to make light of the art and said that the agency was “intrigued” by its sudden appearance in the same region as the agency’s offices.

“This is the first time we have ever been asked to comment on art. Although we are not qualified critics, we are as intrigued as the rest of the residents of Cheltenham about the appearance of the mysterious artwork.”

The elusive artist is known for his staunch opposition to authoritarian government agencies and his work has appeared across the world.

Locals in Cheltenham claim they saw a group of men packing away a large white tarpaulin before driving off in a maintenance van.

Banksy has yet to officially confirm the art on his website but the graffiti website says it has the narrative, style and execution of his work.

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