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10/20/2019 3:57:19 AM

Incredible pictures of the day

This must be the world's most incredible turban! This huge headgear weighs a whopping four stone and stretches 300 metres when unwound, the length of three football pitches. Singh donned the towering turban to celebrate the Festival of Baisakhi in Amritsar, Punjab, which marks the beginning of the new harvest. And with that distinguished dastar, he sure is the cream of the crop!

 

A man smokes cigarettes with his nose and ears during the annual Popo Carnival in Bonoua

 

Workmen put the finishing touches to 'Dream', a new major piece of pubic art in St Helens, England. The 20 metre high sculpture of a young girl's face in a dream-like state by French artist Jaume Plensa, was chosen by a group of ex-miners who worked in the former colliery where it stands in Sutton Manor, St Helens.

 

Cassisus with 'Munchkin' the Pony, and 'Cleo' the Monkey from the Stardust Circus in Ballarat, Australia

 

Lake District celebrity chef Peter Sidwell braves the rain as he poses whilst serving up one of his culinary delights to diners Dawn Titley and Dan Hartley on the summitt of Latrigg in Keswick, England.

 

Commuters travelling to work were given a 'rude awakening' by some would-be 'flesh-mobbers' on Millennium Bridge this morning. Today hundreds of 'nude figures' descended on the capital to celebrate the launch of Peugeot's new 308 Coupé Cabriolet, raising a smile during the morning rush.

 

Gulliver Travels Once More.. A group of five year olds, Sophie Kirwan, Ella King, Sophie Gannon and Leah Etherington discovered a giant footstep in Sandymount Strand, sources have confirmed it belongs to Gulliver who has returned to guide debate on the recession in this years Swift Festival in Trim running from the 2nd to the 5th of July

 

Visitors enjoy moss pink field covered on the hill at the Hitsujiyama Park in Chichibu city in Saitama prefecture, suburban Tokyo. A million people are expecting to visit the colorful patchwork field during the upcoming Golden Week, a week long holiday in Japan

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