The ongoing dispute between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham over the future of the Olympic Stadium took a new turn today.
West Ham have asked for an enquiry to be established into their rival club's plans for the site after it was revealed in the Sunday Sport that Tottenham intend to open a Harry Redknapp theme park in tribute to their manager to mark his lifelong career in both football and laundromats.
At the centre of the park, plans show a twenty metre slide made from Teflon intended to commemorate Redknapp's time at Portsmouth. Also featured will be a basketball game where visitors can hurl imitation cash-bags at a chute marked 'Cayman Islands', and a giant rollercoaster called The Revenue, which is thought to include the largest number of twists and corkscrews in the world and will subject visitors to intense g-forces that will give them the full facial resemblence to the Spurs boss.
Redknapp had no comment on the plans but expressed his appreciation to the club for their consideration. He is reported to have said only: "You know what? I'm happy."