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Alison Lapper's statue sighted!

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Crippled Monkey | 14:33 UK time, Tuesday, 13 November 2007

Further to my post last Friday about tracking down the new location of Alison Lapper's statue now that she's no longer to be found on top of the fourth plinth in London's Trafalgar Square, I've been receiving rumours that the BBC's long-running magazine programme for deaf and hard of hearing people, See Hear, featured a mysterious appearance by our missing-in-action, marbled disabled heroine on the most recent programme. She apparently drifted onto screen alongside regular presenters Memnos Costi and Shana Grummitt, though I'm not so sure myself. The pictorial evidence - if that's what you can call it - is below:

From left to right: Alison Lapper's statue, and See Hear presenters Shana Grummitt and Memnos Costi
Remember, I still want to know about your sightings of the statue. Oh, Alison! Alison! Where can you be?


So who's got the photoshop then?

I suggest you blend yer layers better;-)

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