Celebrity sinkhole: Bradzilla emerges at St Clair

Bradzilla emerges from the depths to save the Highlanders. Image by Robbie Baxter
Bradzilla emerges from the depths to save the Highlanders. Image by Robbie Baxter
Streaker pursued by Riben Wiki runs into a hole lot of trouble. Image by Robbie Baxter
Streaker pursued by Riben Wiki runs into a hole lot of trouble. Image by Robbie Baxter
Luke over there - is that the Blues arriving? Image by Richard Smith
Luke over there - is that the Blues arriving? Image by Richard Smith
No expense spared to plug the gap.
No expense spared to plug the gap.
Sinking into a huge hole of debt. Image by Jarrod Walsh
Sinking into a huge hole of debt. Image by Jarrod Walsh
Fonzie jumps the shark, and then the sinkhole. Image by Robbie Baxter
Fonzie jumps the shark, and then the sinkhole. Image by Robbie Baxter
Basil Fawlty's car is stuck, and his frustration has reached fever pitch. Image by Carl Sagstad
Basil Fawlty's car is stuck, and his frustration has reached fever pitch. Image by Carl Sagstad
The 'dunkhole'. Image by William Mills
The 'dunkhole'. Image by William Mills
Macca emerges. Image by Barbara Newton
Macca emerges. Image by Barbara Newton
IRB blasts through. Image by Barbara Newton
IRB blasts through. Image by Barbara Newton
Exterminate! Exterminate! Daleks attack Dunedin. Image by Bronwyn Dargaville
Exterminate! Exterminate! Daleks attack Dunedin. Image by Bronwyn Dargaville

A lighthearted look at the St Clair sinkholes in which famous people and places magically appear in, over or beside the gaping holes which have appeared in the Esplanade.

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