Monday, October 14, 2013

The rise and fall of a Clown


The un-named clown rose to power by being Mr Nice Guy. He helped the Police, the Firemen and all manner of peoples.




 After a brief encounter with religion he seemed to lose his way somewhat.



..still much loved by devoted fans




  ....er, still much loved by devoted fans
 ..until...Oh dear... (no wonder he's smiling)
 In fact more and more photos emerged showing him in compromising positions.




 ..and even choices of an unsavoury nature.





 Eventually all this publicity culminated in acts of public violence..



 ..and public acts of indecency.



 Then there was the drinking...



 and of course the inevitable arrest



Last seen pushing a trolley full of crap with a cigarette hanging from the corner of his mouth...













Enjoy this post while you can, I see it being removed by court order soon....




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8 comments:

Joe Pereira said...

Hahahah, love it! Lucky clown, gets more female attention than most of us mere mortals. Mc won't sue you but will probably give free burgers for life...ew...some would see that as punishment

The Chicken's Consigliere said...

Funny. What's even funnier is thinking about the logistics behind the photos.

Kymbo Whitford said...

Hi Joe, Im one of those who would consider free burgers from this chain as a punishment, though my daughters know most of the staff of our local by first names and have standing orders.
Hi Chickens Consigliere, and welcome. There are very few of these plastic statues here in Australia (maybe they learned their lesson) but there are hundreds of playful photos most of which involve women in various sexual poses.

River said...

Last time I was in the Myer Centre we still had a plastic Mac sitting on the seat near the information desk. I don't know that he's been in too many photo shoots though, probably with a few Japanese tourists who also nuts go for the big balls.

Pearl said...

LOL.

I love how creative people get with statues...

Pearl

Kymbo Whitford said...

Hi River, Ive always managed to restrain myself in the Mall, the balls are impressive and every time Im there lots of people are lined up to have their photos taken.
Hi Pearl, Im sure the makers always try to make statues so they cant be interfered with but peoples imaginations win the day again and again.

Dr. Theda said...

Great "inter-actions" with McDonald's "mascot" ...lol
just dropped by to wish you a great Halloween...

Kymbo Whitford said...

Hi Dr Theda, We dont have Halloween here in Australia, though the big supermarkets are doing their best to push it (ie: make more money) We dont have a day of the dead or the Halloween tradition. I guess it will eventually take off but the older generations are trying hard to resist.