In honor of Monty Python turning a whopping 50 years old this year, London has placed a 50-foot-long fiberglass parrot statue in Potters Fields Park, near Tower Bridge.
Naturally, the parrot is “sleeping” on its back.
The statue is of a Norwegian Blue, the type of parrot discussed in the comedy troupe’s infamous Dead Parrot Sketch.
The spot where the bird is in repose will also be the same place where a huge screening of the Monty Python Live farewell show will occur this Sunday, July 20, according to Radio Times.
[via TV Over Mind]