First, the video from El Sensacional:
And the story, from Katie Upton of England’s Blackpool Gazette:
CRAZY golf just got even crazier.
A new exhibition at Blackpool’s Grundy Art Gallery invites art lovers for a round with a difference.
A miniature course – the Doug Fishbone and Friends Adventureland Golf – has been installed in the gallery with each hole designed by a different artist.
And forget your standard windmill or round-the-bend, these holes offer political commentary and even the sight of two of history’s most infamous dictators.
Jake and Dinos Chapman, known for creating challenging works, have made a Heil Hitler hole.
Doug Fishbone’s hole recreates the toppling of Saddam Hussein – the image which came to define the end of the Iraq war.
When the ball goes into the hole the statue of the Iraqi tyrant falls.
Maybe some American artists could do something similar here.
Get a hole-on-one and Mitt hides his tax returns? Or a young Obama fires up a doobie? Or a bankster picks your pocket? Or maybe a UC campus cop hits you with a dose of pepper spray? Or a baton?
H/T to Nothing To Do With Abroath.