A man's hastily discarded lunch has become the latest star exhibit at the wacky Tate Modern art gallery.
'The physical impossibility of half-eaten pork pie in Tesco crisp bag' soon began to attract crowds after Dave Stench had to answer a call of nature and inadvertently left what was left of his lunch on the bench where he was sitting.
Stench exclusively revealed to us that,
'After visiting the lav I rushed back to get me snacks but noticed a crowd of French school kids had gathered round the bench which was now cordoned off with rope.'
'As I attempted to retrieve me pie and crisps I was told in no uncertain terms by a warden that touching was not allowed!'
'I was then ushered into a side room by Penis Partridge, a curator, who thanked me for the superb and challenging postmodern masterpiece.'
Partridge, speaking on behalf of the Tate Modern, added,
'Dave Stench is a major new talent in postmodern art and we are delighted to have him exhibit at the Tate Modern. We sincerely hope to stage his other work 'For the love of unflushed poo poo in the loo 2012' very soon.'