Jesus the Homeless," the work of Canadian sculptor Tim Schmalz, set to be unveiled in Buffalo on Tuesday. "This sleeping homeless person will be there to remind the people of Buffalo what we should be reminded of more and more. And that is when we see the broken, when we see the marginalized, we are seeing something sacred and spiritual," Schmalz said via Skype. But not everyone agrees. While the piece is already in cities across the country and abroad, several cities have turned down the sculpture, including New York City and London. "Some people have said 'no' to it for fear of controversy. Fear that it might somehow misrepresent Jesus somehow," Rev. Will Mebane of St. Paul's Cathedral. Video credit to WKBW-TV YouTube.