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Sunday, 12 August 2007 03:31

Megasized Lego Man Invades Dutch resort

Written by David Stellmack

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Found floating off coast at Zandvoort

 

An 8-foot tall (2.5-meter) Lego man model was rescued from the ocean off the coast of Zandvoort.  He was discovered floating just off the beach in the surf and carried to shore by concession stand employees.  The back of him carries the name “Ego Leonard” with the number “9” painted underneath.

He is currently residing at the drink stand on the beach and is extremely popular. Danish manufacturer, Lego, says they do not know where the giant Lego Man came from and said they would be looking into it.


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Read about the giant Lego man here.

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