Giant penis mowed into lawn at King Charles’ coronation bash site
This may rub royalists the wrong way.
Cocky pranksters mowed a giant penis onto the famous grounds of the Royal Crescent in Bath, England, where a major coronation party is set to be thrown in just two days.
Residents awoke Thursday to morning wood, with the glaringly obvious penis trimmed into the lush grass overnight, SWNS reports.
It’s unclear if law enforcement is handling the case.
Fancy homes that date to the 18th century form a crescent on this street, which is known around the world for having a “perfect lawn.”
A Georgian-themed “grand coronation party” is scheduled for Saturday in honor of King Charles III’s coronation at Westminster Abbey in London.
“Celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Georgian era,” a flyer for the Royal Crescent event reads.
”Decorate your own regal crown, watch demonstrations on royal fashion and visit the Georgian Cook cooking up delicious recipes in the kitchen.”
It’s unclear how many royal fans are coming to the bash to celebrate the official transfer of power to Charles, 74, after the September death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.
She had reigned for over 70 years when she died at 96.
The ceremony will be star-studded, featuring performances from Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Andrea Bocelli.
First Lady Jill Biden is also expected to attend.
A run-through stretched from Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square and Downing Street to Westminster Abbey.
The rehearsal featured thousands of soldiers from the UK’s army, navy and Royal Air Force, with some playing instruments.
Onlookers also saw the Diamond Jubilee State Coach and Gold State Coach during the practice run.
The big day will be a family affair, with Kate Middleton, Prince William, and their three children boasting special roles in the historic event.
Prince Harry — who has had a strained relationship with his family, especially following the release of his tell-all memoir “Spare” — will attend, but without his wife, Meghan Markle.
It’s the first time the royal will be back in the UK since the January publishing of the memoir and the December release of his Netflix docu-series “Harry & Meghan.”
According to a recent report, Queen Consort Camilla is “furious” at Harry.
He had called her a “villain” and claimed she used to sell stories about the royal family to the press.
Another report predicted Harry would have to be separated from William at the coronation.
Harry won’t be staying long, either — Page Six reports he will only be in the UK for 24 hours, so he can make it back to Montecito, California, in time for son Archie’s 4th birthday.