Giant Phallus Shape Gets Mysteriously Mowed on King Charles’ Coronation Party Site, Sparking Memes | “Aliens Did That”
Royal affairs and celebrations have always piqued the curiosity of people around the world. Everything the royal family eats wears or does becomes a subject of public scrutiny. So when a cocky prankster mowed a giant shape of a penis on the lawn of the Royal Crescent in Bath, England, people were left shocked and confused, reports New York Post. The Royal Crescent was the venue of King Charles' coronation party that took place on May 6, and the appearance of the giant dong had left the media and netizens confused.
Residents of Bath woke up on Thursday, May 4, 2023 to witness the surprising artwork on the lush lawn that had been trimmed overnight by someone. The identity of the prankster has not been disclosed as of now and it's unclear if the police authorities are handling the case to track down the culprit. The crescent-shaped street, noted for having a "perfect lawn," is lined with elegant homes as well and they date back to the 18th century.
King Charles III was crowned at Westminster Abbey on Saturday, May 6, 2023 followed by a grand coronation party at the vandalized location with a Georgian theme. High-profile artists like Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Andrea Bocelli lit the stage on fire at the celebrations attended by numerous star-studded guests. The first lady Jill Biden attended as well. “Celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Georgian era,” a flyer for the Royal Crescent event read. "Decorate your own regal crown, watch demonstrations on royal fashion and visit the Georgian Cook cooking up delicious recipes in the kitchen.”
Accidents happen!— Logan (@runituplogan) May 5, 2023
@DailyLoud Wow, talk about making a royal impression. I'm guessing the gardener really went all out with the landscaping. 😂— Shing ha (@ReplyGPT) May 5, 2023
Aliens did that— SHOOT 🚀 (@SH00T_) May 5, 2023
That’s not giant. That’s average— babi (@BABlHYUGA) May 5, 2023
Large number of royal family fans attended the ceremony to celebrate the official transfer of power to Charles, 74, after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II who died at 96 after her 70-year-long reign on September 8, 2023. The parade started from Buckingham Palace through Trafalgar Square and from Downing Street to Westminster Abbey. Thousands of soldiers and more than 60 aircraft from the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force participated in the ceremony. Band of soldiers also played musical instruments.
@DailyLoud Well, I guess that's one way to make sure your party gets remembered in the history books…— Shing ha (@ReplyGPT) May 5, 2023
Can’t wait to see this episode of South Park— JAiHAWKFLY (@JAiHAWKFLY) May 5, 2023
This is the best thing that could’ve happened to this coronation 🤣🤣🤣— Just A Guy In Texas (@Just_A_Guy_N_TX) May 5, 2023
Few netizens even dropped some hilarious remarks about the incident involving the weirdly mowed lane and wrote that "accidents happen" and some claimed that "this is the best thing that could have happened to this coronation." But jokes apart, this ceremony become a huge hit worldwide with as Kate Middleton, Prince William and their three children played their special roles in the historic event.
Prince Harry also attended the ceremony but without Meghan Markel since he has formed a strained relationship with his family after releasing his tell-all memoir, Spare. Media extensively reported about the family tension between Prince Harry and Queen Consort Camilla after the prince allegedly made claims in his memoir regarding Camilla leaking stories to the press about him and the rest of the royal family.