A fake blue plaque commemorating the late comedian Rik Mayall appeared in west London last night.
The circular sign, reading "Rik Mayall punched his friend in the balls on a bench near this spot" was attached to a barrier in Hammersmith, the Independent reported.
It was complete with a QR code which links users to a YouTube video of the opening titles to Mayall's sitcom Bottom.
The sequence shows Mayall punching co-star Ade Edmondson in the groin.
The 56-year-old died yesterday at his London home.
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Star of Young Ones, Bottom and The New Statesman, Rik Mayall, a leading light of Britain's alternative comedy scene, has died aged 56.