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Ever since we spotted Darth Vader on holiday, there’s a question that’s been bothering us: who’s overseeing the plans for the new Death Star?

Clearly it’s not this Stormtrooper who, after realising the big man was taking a well-earned sojourn, decided he’d do the same (does anyone actually do any work around there?).

On his travels, the helmet clad chap has taken a shine to surfing, swimming and some Thai Chi (we think). Although, like most of us even when we’re on holiday it takes a while to relax and forget about the day job (see second pic above).

Images: surfingtrooper.tumblr.com

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