Seriously though, the 180ft outline of Homer Simpson in Y-fronts waving a doughnut was painted next to the ancient Cerne Abbas giant, the 17th Century chalk fertility symbol in Dorset, to publicise the forthcoming Simpsons film.
Although Homer is drawn in biodegradeable paint and will be washed away by rain, local pagans aren’t amused.
Ann Bryn-Evans, who rejoices in the title “joint Wessex district manager for the Pagan Federation”, said the gaint Homer was “very disrespectful and not at all aesthetically pleasing”.
She added, “We’ll be doing some rain magic to bring the rain and wash it away,” she said. “I’m amazed they got permission to do something so ridiculous. It’s an area of scientific interest.”
Er, don’t have a cow, man.
UPDATE: Here’s a clip of Homer Simpson being drawn.