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#BigStig spotted near Westerham

A giant Stig has caused motorists near Westerham, UK, to perform double-takes on Sunday after a 30ft model of him was seen taking a break in Kent. Big Stig is on his way to Poland, where he’ll be used to promote the of the new global TV channel BBC Brit. The model, which is made from fibre-glass, took a team of three sculptors over two months to design, construct and paint.

The Stig departed from Top Gear HQ at Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey for a three day journey through Europe which will see #BigStig call in at Amsterdam and Berlin before arriving in Warsaw, Poland where BBC Brit will launch on the February 1.

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1 comment

the guy with no name January 27, 2015 at 7:28 pm

How do reckon this Stig will meet his demise? I think he’ll snap in half at the waist when they try to stand him up. lol


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