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John Lennon and Spectacles Man

John Lennon and Spectacles Man

There's a permanent life-size statue of John Lennon chilling out on a park bench in Parque John Lennon in Havana, Cuba. Unfortunately, his iconic glasses were repeatedly stolen. So the Cuban government created Spectacles Man, whose job is to wait for passers-by to place those famous round rims on Lennon's nose. Job creation at its most creative.

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slicksps slicksps (2471 days ago)
Only a true icon would warrant such a job description!
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Only a true icon would warrant such a job description!
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Blong Blong (2471 days ago)
I'm glad they put his glasses on, I wouldn't recognise him otherwise
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I'm glad they put his glasses on, I wouldn't recognise him otherwise
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TheBob TheBob (2470 days ago)
Latest comment: He couldn't have seen you either.
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Latest comment: He couldn't have seen you either.
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Guest: Ono Yadon't (2471 days ago)
Imagine that.
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Imagine that.
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