A waxwork of former Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney has gone missing in Britain.
Joby Carters, 33, left the head of the MCCartney waxwork in a box on a train in London and has offered a $3,459 (GBP2,000) reward for its safe return.
Auctioneer Carters says, "It was totally out of character for me to leave something behind. It's an absolute nightmare. It is so unprofessional and the owner is not best pleased, I've just got to find out where it has gone.
"I just hope it hasn't gone on a magical mystery tour!"
The head was due to be sold at an auction next weekend (26Oct08).
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