Sunday, 27 February 2011


Chabal (right) with
his waxwork dummy
 EXCLUSIVE - The Musée Grévin in Paris is launching an internal investigation after it was revealed that one of its waxwork dummies played 50 minutes for France at Twickenham yesterday during the 17-9 defeat to England.

We can reveal that the waxwork likeness of Sebastien Chabal, unveiled at the Musée Grévin earlier this month, started the match for France at number 8 before eventually being hauled off by Marc Lièvremont and replaced with the slightly more animate Julien Bonnaire 10 minutes into the second half.

The whereabouts of the real Sebastien Chabal remain unknown.

1 comment:

Nursedude said...

It might have been Chabal's worst game in a French uniform. Look for Harinordiquy to be wearing the more familar #8 jersey in France's next game.