An enormous greasy, star attraction seems to be taking attention away from the genuine exhibits at The Museum of London.
The fatberg, which used to be made of simple things has morphed into an angry, sweating unpleasant blob.
The blob, which will require constant attention if it is to be preserved, provokes reactions of both fascination and revulsion.
‘It’s become the star of the show,’ said Museum Curator, Peter Thape.
‘Still, he did score a great goal in ’86,’ admitted Thape.