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You know Tommy Gun? No, not the Rocky V character. No, not the porn star. Yes, that's right, the sculptor.

He's built this, a replica of Wiltshire’s iconic Stonehenge - made entirely from recycled car parts - on London’s Southbank.

The sculpture, which has been unveiled in time for the evening of the Summer Solstice (20th June), has been specially positioned to sit on little known ley lines and has been done for European car giant ŠKODA.

Dubbed ‘Citihenge’ it was commissioned to celebrate the launch of the ŠKODA Citigo and was built using 18 scrap cars. Each henge is five metres wide and the commanding structure weighs a remarkable 36 tonnes.

Over to you, drunk Londoners, for some sort of toppling game that ends in tears.

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