An antiques shop in Katoomba, New South Wales, Australia, sells a mannequin in the shape of a nude figure of Sylvester Stallone – more precisely, his protagonist in the painting “The Destroyer”, frozen in a cryo prison. complo. This discovery was reported by the publication News Week.
A figure in the shape of frozen Sylvester Stallone was spotted and talked about on social networks by Sydney ceramic artist Bea Bellingham.
“My husband and I went to Katoomba for a few days. It’s a dumb village and the Katoomba Vintage Emporium is probably the dumbest antique shop. On the first floor, I took a photo of a strange screaming baby, and the ceramist posted on Instagram (the owner of Meta is considered an extremist organization) and posted a message, “Yeah, it’s the weirdest discovery of the day.” Photograph of “screaming doll”.
Later, the post was deleted, but by this time Twitter user Adam Howes had already noticed her and informed the inhabitants of the social network that the strange doll is a model in the form of the heroine of the “Destroyer”, filmed in 1993. Sylvester Stallone plays police sergeant John Spartan, who is accused of a crime he didn’t commit and is frozen in a cryo prison.
Adam Hawes also said that similar models once graced some of the Planet Hollywood chain’s restaurants. In the original, it is assumed that the “screaming baby” was covered with plastic “ice”.
Social media users affected by Bea Bellingham’s discovery also visited the antique shop she mentioned and learned that the Stallone figure was worth 6,000 Australian dollars.
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