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Giant Lego Man Found in Dutch Sea


OK - this has nothing to do with libraries, or law, or technology, but it was too bizarre not to share. From Reuters Oddly Enough (photo from the Herald Sun):

A giant, smiling Lego man was fished out of the sea in the Dutch resort of Zandvoort on Tuesday. Workers at a drinks stall rescued the 2.5-metre (8-foot) tall model with a yellow head and blue torso.
"We saw something bobbing about in the sea and we decided to take it out of the water," said a stall worker. "It was a life-sized Lego toy."

Now who would have created such a thing and how did it end up in the sea? And what's up with the quote on it's chest "No Real Than You Are"?