I am grateful, I think, to 'SoD' (Son of Duff) for bringing this to my attention. It is a statue of Zinedine Zidane, the former captain of the French footie team who, in a famous, or infamous, if you like, incident in the 2006 World Cup Final nutted an Italian defender and was sent off. The French went on to lose the match on penalties.
The statue has been placed in the grounds of the Pompidou Centre in Paris, a sort of post-modernist depositary for artistic rubbish, much like the Tate Modern in London. 'SoD' has proposed that we should out do the Frogs by erecting a statue of John Terry, a man who has succeeded in being sacked as the England captain not once but twice due to his inability, despite his millions, to rise above the behaviour of a council estate yob.
As a refinement, if that is quite the word, the statue would have an in-built sound system which would broadcast a shortened version of Mr. Terry's latest outburst but leave you, the onlooker, to fill in the blank at the end:
Oi, you! Why don't you fuck off, you black ****
The only question is, where should it be placed? Outside the Race Relations Board, perhaps? Nothing like inter-active art - such fun!