Swansea Bay is to get a Colossus statue of Alun Wyn Jones in honour of his Grand Slam achievements.
The statue will stand over 120ft high and will bestride the narrow entrance to the Maritime Quarter.
A spokesman for Swansea Statue Association said:
“Alun led our troops to a Grand Slam victory last month with three broken legs and five broken arms. He is a true warrior and the best way we can honour his achievement is to build the Eighth Wonder of the World. We are going to build a statue of him that’s so impressive, striding the entrance to Swansea Maritime Quarter. It will serve as a warning to all other nations that if you come to Wales with rugby ambitions, you won’t find us a walk in the park. We’re almost decided on what posture he will take and we’ll make sure that we add some gaffer tape around his ears to add authenticity.”
The statue will be constructed of iron tie bars and plated with brass. It will have authentic tears of passion running down its face and will have laser eyes that will shoot any chariots that pass by.
A spokeswoman for Swansea Maritime Quarter said:
“Ooo, there’s lovely innit?”