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Monday, 1 September 2014

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Winehouse was Camden's biggest ever trash-butt

London, UK - A life size sculpture of the seedy smack addict who drank herself to death aged 27 is to be erected at Stables Market in Camden, North London, on a spot where she regularly scored crack cocaine.

Heaving with stalls selling tacky drugs paraphernalia the Market was always The singer's favorite stomping ground to kick off myriad week-long benders at the Whorley Arms drinking hole next door.

Now barmy local left-wing nutters Camden Council are to preserve in perpetuity the Borough's biggest ever trash-butt with a bronze effigy by conceptual artist, Dave 'Skanky Dave' Quaalude, official crystal meth dealer - uh, portrait painter! - to HM the Queen.

Lifelike features are said to include little personal touches like spent syringes holding up the singer's beehive hairdo and an 'I Luv Buggery tattoo on her abs.

Winehouse died in 2010 at the nearby Royal Freak Hospital after junior doctors accidentally detached an intravenous vodka drip in her arm, causing massive organ failure and eventually death.

At her Golders Green Crematorium send off her regular heroin dealer famously said how much he missed his No 1 top client - before overdosing on some dodgy freebase.

Babyshamnles singer Pete Docherty is 69.

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