This Huge Dinosaur Blocked Traffic, And It’s The Funniest Prank In 65 Million Years.
Martin Simpson needs to keep a tighter leash on his prehistoric animals. The shop owner had no idea his 25 foot high triceratops model was removed from his shop in the Isle of Wight, England.
Pranksters relocated the massive dinosaur from the store and placed it in the middle of the road, blocking High Street. Chris Hollingshead snapped a photo of the dino on his drive home from work on Saturday morning. The local resident describes the scene as "priceless."
Simpson whose store sells fossils and prehistoric gems is not upset at all at the practical joke and has a theory how the move was accomplished. "It takes about five blokes to move the dinosaur a couple of inches, so it was definitely a concerted effort and drink was probably involved,” explains Simpson.
The pranksters may have been inspired by the model from the Jurassic Park film.
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Chris Hollingshead took a photo as evidence that a dinosaur was blocking traffic. This is not the first time Godshilla, as she has been named, has been involved in a prank. Last Christmas, she had balloons tied around the neck and tinsel hung on its body.
Godshilla is back at home, where Simpson promises to keep a closer eye on it.
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