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Inflatable Dinosaur In Leicester Square With 'Interesting Design' Raises Eyebrows

Inflatable Dinosaur In Leicester Square With 'Interesting Design' Raises Eyebrows

Looks like it must be some sort of d**klodocus

Anyone who has frequented Leicester Square in London will tell you that you can stumble upon all kinds of weird and wonderful sights there - though a giant inflatable dinosaur is a little out of the ordinary.

However, it's not the presence of the giant green dinosaur in itself which is turning heads, it's the inflatable's, errr, interesting design.

What an interesting-looking design.

As you can see from the photos, the dinosaur's base is constructed of two large balls, with its neck and torso growing out from there, and its bulging head plonked on top.

So that's, two balls, then a shaft-like body with a bulging head at the end.

Just in case it isn't abundantly clear, the dinosaur looks like a penis.

It's a great big d**kosaur. A pterod**ktyle. A d**klodocus.

Naturally, the dino has raised a few eyebrows:

The designers of the dino will not be overcome with embarrassment though; in fact, this is exactly what they'd hoped for.

It turns out it was actually erected to promote Jackass Forever.

The much-anticipated film was released yesterday (Friday 4 February) and sees the old gang reunited for more hard-to-watch stunts and pranks.

The movie sees Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Wee Man, Danger Ehren and Preston Lacy joined by a new generation of co-stars, who take on everything from bears, bulls, snakes and tarantulas to giant cannons and slip 'n' slides.

The Jackass boys know how to get attention.

But the original cast - who are now in their late 40s and 50s - say some moments stick out above the rest for all the wrong reasons, and they kindly opened up to LADbible about these extraordinarily hairy moments.

Asked if there was one stunt he'd never want to again, Steve-O replied: "Yeah, it was called Fire Angel."

Co-star Johnny Knoxville said: "Oh God, that was terrible."

The 2017 stunt saw Steve-O, 47, make snow angels with burning jet fuel for a comedy special, which landed him in hospital.

He added: "I don't ever care to have skin graft surgery for third degree burns again."

As for Pontius, 47, it was a stunt involving a glove full of bullet ants while filming WildBoyz with Steve-O in 2004.

He told us: "It's called the Glove of Ants, which is this rite of passage this tribe in the Amazon does, when boys come of age.

"They have to put on this glove that's full of bullet ants, it's the worst sting of any insect in nature. And they compare it to getting hit by a bullet and you get stung hundreds of times, and it's horrendous pain for 24 hours straight. And there's nothing you can do about it. 

"And so yeah, I would never do that again. It was the worst experience of my life. Like the devil went into my arm or something. I hate even thinking about it. But you know what, there's a lot of things I like to do once but not again. 

"I did something with some bull sharks recently, where I matadored them, and it came kind of close to getting bit, and getting bit once by a bull shark is like the end. So yeah, like, I'm glad I did it. But I don't need to do it again."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: London