RINGO BEHEADED IN LIVERPOOL GARDEN

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Notice something missing? Ringo, of course! This is a topiary sculpture of The Beatles featured near the train station in the industrial town of Liverpool where the fab four grew up. It took 18 painstaking months to grow these plants into Beatle form. Last week somebody chopped off Ringo’s head and his figure had to be brought into the nursery for repair and regrowth. Locals figure the vandals were outraged by Ringo’s recent comments on a talk show that he “missed nothing” about his hometown.

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9 thoughts on “RINGO BEHEADED IN LIVERPOOL GARDEN

  1. Those prim and proper Brits can be vicious at times. Don’t rub them the wrong way.

  2. Wonder what kind of a statue Clapton is ever going to get ?
    Lets hope he does a duet with Dolly Parton or Tina Turner.
    Wonder if that guy has ever ventured into FUNK ?

  3. Babytee, you are so “moronic.” The Beatles are cultural icons.

  4. That was a very silly thing to do bet it was a teenager.

  5. It’s stupid to make too much a bother for these overblown muscians, who lived richly, stupidly and famously and don’t care about their poorer neighbors and elderly friends anymore.

  6. The Beatles and LSD. “It’s been a hard day’s night”, so “Let it be”.

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