London - The 100-metre wide black and white poster is hanging at Blackfriars Bridge just yards from Roberto 'God's Banker' Calvi's 1982 death site.
Taken from the Queen's first hoax Jubilee - the Silver, in 1977 - the picture shows 'the usual suspects' plus Earl Mountbatten, architect of the hexed royal marriage to Phil the Greek.
A smiling, winking Queen Elizabeth is waving her gloved hand directly at the Blackfriars Bridge location where Calvi was found suspended in June 1982.
Whoever decided to display the poster outside the Sea C*ntainers Building near the Oxo Tower 'may have a weird sense of humor' according to City of London police.
Their cold war archives stored at London's equivalent of Fort Knox contain secret dossiers about the Queen's torrid decade long affair with the disgraced Vatican banker - and the birth certificate of their love child.
A spokesperson for the Thames River Authority said today the choice of picture was a bit baffling considering the area's extremely murky past.
"This will hex the daft Diamond Jubilee like nothing else," an anonymous creditor of the Calvi fiasco commented on the London news tonight.
Sunday 3rd June's Thames royal turd flotilla is surely doomed.