Homer Simpson makes return appearance in Norfolk town
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A much-loved Simpsons character has appeared in a Norfolk town.
The Homer Simpson cut-out has been spotted in the tall grass on the roundabout on Mundford Road, Thetford, next to the Fison Way Industrial Estate.
Drivers have been greeted by the long-running cartoon character as he dreams about a lawnmower to cut the overgrown plants.
The piece has been created by an artist who calls themselves Pranksy. They were behind a similar piece showing Homer sat on a sofa in Cranwich Road, Thetford, in April this year.
It was to highlight the problem of fly-tipping in the area but was stolen soon after it was displayed.
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A note on the back of the new cut-out reads: "If you must steal homer, please dispose of him responsibly. Thank you.
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The roundabout's new addition has been welcomed by residents with one saying, "brilliant, it keeps us amused to see this".