Heading To Alcatraz? Gigantic 'Trump Chicken' Dressed As A Prisoner Was Set Sailing Around San Francisco
July 23, 2018 18:11 By Fabiosa
When Donald Trump visited the United Kingdom for the first time on July 13, not every Briton was happy about it. That is why there were many protests across the country, some of them involving good old British humor.
Take, for example, this blimp that flew over London for 2 hours. It depicted the American president as a little baby in diapers, and it caused mixed reactions in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
But it’s not the only inflatable to be seen this month
On July 22, the infamous ‘Trump Chicken’ was set sail in San Francisco. The 33-foot balloon depicts a chicken wearing a prisoner shirt with a number 45 on it (referring to 45th American president).
Does it remind you of Donald Trump?
Our route around #SanFrancisco tomorrow brings us to the water @WorldRugby7s Give #PresidentChicken the greeting he deserves #MoonTheBalloon #MockTheCock @IrishRugby @USARugby @Australiarugby @EnglandRugby @WelshRugbyUnion. @UnionArgentina @Russiarugby @fijirugby @Rugby_Mexico pic.twitter.com/mOIj2Nlt85— Trump Chicken (@trumpchickensf) July 22, 2018
It was not the first time we see the Trump Chicken. This year, you might have spotted the inflatable behind the White House in February and around Alcatraz on President’s Day.
The balloon even has its official Twitter account and is quite popular among the public.
❤once in a while, ya gotta laugh or give up. https://t.co/pD4EoYjAfq— Linda McGough (@mc_gough) July 22, 2018
I’ll be heading over there tomorrow. Can’t miss this. https://t.co/AIcpWFYP6o— WTF (@chris73451067) July 21, 2018
But, since it’s funded by the money raised via a GoFundMe page, some people think it would have been better to spend this money on charity.
Think the money spent would be better used by a charity— Chris Medek (@chris_medek) July 22, 2018
What do you think about it?