Jeremy Clarkson has a massive head. And it’s touring Sydney on the back of a Lorry. Obviously.
Let us explain. To promote The Grand Tour’s global rollout on Amazon Prime, eight-foot-tall statues of Richard Hammond, James May and Jeremy Clarkson are being carted around Australia.
And they’re slightly off course – The GT originally intended to put the trio of busts next to the Space Needle in Seattle.
However, there’s been a change of plan, according to the show: “Turns out the Space Needle didn’t quite work out… statues diverted to a country where the show will launch very soon.”
Turns out the Space Needle didn't quite work out… statues diverted to a country where the show will launch very soon. pic.twitter.com/yjNuxQJqAz
— The Grand Tour (@thegrandtour) December 8, 2016
Amazon has not yet revealed the final destination, but trucks containing other body parts including Jeremy, James and Richard’s arms, legs and crotch (we’re still talking about the statues, don’t worry) have also been spotted causing havoc on Sydney’s roads.
— blackyoghurt13 (@blackyoghurt13) December 9, 2016
Sweet dreams, kids.
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