Lance Armstrong


British artist Frank Shepherd of the Edenbridge Bonfire Society puts... News PhotoAdult,Artist,British Culture,Cycling,Edenbridge,Effigy,England,Finishing,Firework Display,Kent - England,Lance Armstrong,Men,Men's Cycling,Moving Activity,Sport,Sports Jersey,Touching,UK,USA,Vertical,Weekend ActivitiesPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPBritish artist Frank Shepherd of the Edenbridge Bonfire Society puts the finishing touches to a giant effigy of US cyclist Lance Armstrong in Edenbridge, Kent, southeast England, on October 31, 2012 which will be burnt over the weekend as a Guy during Bonfire Night. Stripped of his cycling medals over a doping scandal, disgraced US icon Lance Armstrong will suffer a fresh humiliation this weekend at the hands of an English town which will burn him in effigy. The 30-foot (nine-metre) steel-framed figure, dressed in a Tour de France leader's yellow jersey, will be torched on Saturday during the annual Guy Fawkes or Bonfire Night celebrations in Edenbridge. AFP PHOTO / JAMES BOARDMAN (Photo credit should read JAMES BOARDMAN/AFP/Getty Images)