Giant 'Dead Parrot' from Monty Python Sketch Unveiled on the Southbank

A giant ‘dead parrot’ has been unveiled on the Southbank to celebrate the final screening of the Monty Python live show.
The fibre-glass model, measuring 50ft long, is a huge version of the bird used in a sketch by John Cleese who tries to return it to the pet shop.
It was hung from a crane before being placed on its back at Potters Fields, close to Tower Bridge, and took more than two months to make.
The model will travel to the 02 in Greenwich for the final comeback gig on Sunday.
It is being screened on Gold from 7.30pm on Sunday.
Via: Evening Standard