A mysterious 'statue' has appeared in Bristol next to the empty plinth from which the memorial of slave trader Edward Colston was pulled down.
It appears to be made with papier-mache and depicts a male figure lodged inside a wheelie bin wearing a string vest.
The new sculpture is of a bald man holding a globe in one hand and a mobile phone in the other.
On the mobile phone a text message reads "England for the English" and written on the wheelie bin are the words, "Spoiler alert: St George was Turkish."
It's got a bit of a loutish look to it, with the man in his string vest looking at a phone that says 'England for the English'. It's quite clever.
The artist remains unknown but the new addition has attracted a lot of interest from people in Bristol.
It follows Black Lives Matter events in the city, which have sparked national debate about the place of statues and memorials that commemorate the UK's links to slavery and the slave trade.