A controversial statue of the late Michael Jackson which has been stood outside Fulham's Craven Cottage ground for over two years has been taken down.
Former owner Mohammed al-Fayed erected the seven foot statue in April 2011 in memory of his late friend, but Fulham fans reacted angrily to the decision.
Mr al-Fayed was unwilling to remove the artwork, telling frustrated fans to "go to hell".
However the Egyptian tycoon sold the west London club to billionaire Shahid Khan in July, and after consulting supporters, the American decided to pull the statue down.
Mr Khan defended the removal of the statue arguing it was what supporters wanted and it was the "right thing for Fulham".
The statue will now be returned to Mohammed al-Fayed, but it is believed the former owner has received offers for the statue and could sell it to raise money for charity.
Many Fulham fans are unlikely to be sorry to see the back of the Jackson statue.
There was a mixed reaction to the removal on Twitter: