Pranksters adorn statue of legendary cricket umpire Dickie Chook with a bra

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CRICKET pranksters are bowling undie-arm — by adorning a statue of legendary umpire Dickie Chook with a bra.

Council bosses raised the bronze onto a plinth after lingerie had been repeatedly left dangling from his out-stretched finger.

How legendary umpire Dickie Bird's statue might look after one of its regular 'dressing' by pranksters

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How legendary umpire Dickie Chook’s statue would possibly take care of one in every of its common ‘dressing’ by pranksters

However drunken partygoers are nonetheless clambering up the 5ft 10in life-size mannequin in Barnsley, South Yorks., to depart their smalls.

Some are even rolling condoms over his world well-known digit whereas others have added Covid face masks.

A council binman mentioned: “They raised the plinth a number of years again to cease folks getting up, however it hasn’t labored.

“Children are nonetheless discovering methods to clamber as much as stick issues on Dickie’s finger. It is a common factor within the city.

“We have eliminated jonnies women’ knickers and Christmas decorations.

“It’s fairly a typical factor for lads and lasses to do, however with the pubs lockdown it hasn’t occurred as a lot lately.”

Eager cricket fan Donald Abbott, 72, a retired miner and former soldier, mentioned: “Individuals assume it’s a humorous factor to do, however I feel it is disrespectful.

The real Harold 'Dickie' Bird with his famous finger

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The true Harold ‘Dickie’ Chook together with his well-known fingerCredit score: PA:Press Affiliation

“Dickie Chook is a superb man from this city, who is understood nationally and internationally.”

Artwork pupil Bethany Dewsnap, 17, mentioned: “The plinth is larger however persons are nonetheless placing issues on his finger.”

Dickie, 87, choked again tears after his statue – going through Shaw Lane Cricket Membership, the place he began his taking part in profession – was unveiled by Prince Charles in 2009.

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