An Australian store sells a mannequin in the form of a naked Stallone

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An Australian store sells a naked Stallone mannequin

Photo: beabellingham/Instagram

An antique store in the city of Katoomba in the Australian state of New South Wales sells a mannequin in the form of a naked Sylvester Stallone — more precisely, the ego of the hero from the picture “Destroyer”, frozen according to the plot in a cryoprison. This find was reported by the publication Newsweek.

The figure in the form of a frozen Sylvester Stallone was seen by Bea Bellingham, a ceramic artist from Sydney, and told about it on social networks.

&quot My husband and I went to Katoomba for a couple of days. It's a crazy village, and Katoomba Vintage Emporium — probably the dumbest antique shop. On the first floor, I photographed a strange screaming doll and thought "Yes, this is the strangest find of the day", — the ceramist wrote on Instagram and published a photo of the “screaming doll”.

The post was later deleted, but by this time, Twitter user Adam Howes had already managed to notice it and inform the social network's inhabitants that the strange doll — this is a mannequin in the form of the hero “Destroyer”, filmed in 1993. Sylvester Stallone plays police sergeant John Spartan there, accused of a crime he did not commit and frozen in a cryogenic prison.

Adam Howes also said that similar models once decorated some restaurants of the “Planet Hollywood” chain. It is assumed that in the original “Screaming Doll” was encased in plastic "ice".

Social network users, who were attracted by Bea Bellingham's find, also visited the antique shop mentioned by her and found out that the Stallone-like figure is worth 6,000 Australian dollars.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga