A new museum featuring lifelike impressions of famous people created entirely using ear wax has been branded "disgusting" and "vomit inducing".
Visitors to Blackpool's Museum of Ear Wax are welcomed with sculptures created from ear effluent of Jade Goody, Dean Gaffney and a few cast members from Coronation Street.
Museum Director Charlie Bucket said that the critics had been too cruel and had failed to appreciate the craftwork involved in sculpting dozen's of crappy Z-list celebrities:
"Some of our artists - an they are artists, make no bones about it - spend weeks forming these magnificent creations out of wax they've been collecting from all kinds of sources for possibly months", he said.
There has also been some vandalism. A sculpture of the fat bald guy from 'Little Britain' was the subject of an arson attack by rowdy youth scumbags.
Thankfully a security guard intervened before the figure was damaged too much.
"In actual fact the arson attack actually melted his face and made him look slightly better looking than he is in real life!", added Bucket.