The collection was loaded onto a barge, which is then brought to the middle of the Thames
Joe Corre, the son of Sex Pistols Manager Malcolm McLaren and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, burned collection of items associated with the famous punk band.
Corr claims that the destroyed clothing, posters and other rarities, the total value of which exceeded 5 million pounds ($6 million).
The collection was loaded onto a barge, which is then brought to the middle of the Thames. On the deck grab the doll with the faces of former Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron, ex-Finance Minister George Osborne, foreign Minister Boris Johnson and other politicians.
The burning took place under the control of the fire boat, several fire trucks and police.
Their share of the Offset was timed to the 40th anniversary of the release of the first Sex Pistols single Anarchy in the UK, which was released on 26 November 1976.
Corr said that “punks have never been prone to nostalgic moods, and you can’t learn to be a punk in the Museum.” Thus he scarified the project “Punk.London”, dedicated to the anniversary of this sub-culture.
Participating in this punk stock Vivienne Westwood has urged viewers to switch to using environmentally friendly energy sources. “This is the first step in the direction of the free world. This is the most important thing you can do in life,” she said to the audience.
The bass player of Sex Pistols Glen Matlock in an interview with Sky News campaign called korra “freaky”. “I think that Joe is not the Antichrist. I think he’s a simpleton,” said the musician.
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