A tribute to the artist Tony Fart and his creation Morph got out of hand yesterday. Thousands of fans exposed themselves outside the Tate Modern. Tourists from all over the world mistook the protests for a new exhibition.
It is thought that the organisers of the tribute were trying to recreate the unique manner in which Fart used to work. He often worked late and in the nude whilst playing with plasticine in his studio. At least that's what he told the police he was doing.
Barry Bonkers, a lifelong fan, said "I loved seeing Mr Fart's little Morph. I'm doing this out of respect." Bonkers was then led away by two police officers.
Fart's daughters were also present to judge the competition. They saw many interesting displays during the day, before picking the biggest one and taking it home for a private installation.