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Louis Theroux and street artist Banksy had a day out watching Peter Crouch play for QPR.
When Louis Theroux went to a QPR match back in 2001, he met an aspiring street artist called Banksy, and they both saw a "lanky, ungainly" young forward called Peter Crouch play for the home side.

How Peter Crouch brought Banksy and Louis Theroux together

Louis Theroux and street artist Banksy had a day out watching Peter Crouch play for QPR.
When Louis Theroux went to a QPR match back in 2001, he met an aspiring street artist called Banksy, and they both saw a 'lanky, ungainly' young forward called Peter Crouch play for the home side.

Banksy suggests idea for Colston plinth

Banksy has put his suggestion forward for what should happen in the wake of the toppling of Colston's statue at Sunday's protest.

He suggests: "We drag him out the water, put him back on the plinth, tie cable round his neck and commission some life size bronze statues of protesters in the act of pulling him down.

"Everyone happy. A famous day commemorated."

Meanwhile Deputy Mayor Asher Craig has said the black community will be at the heart of decision-making on its future.

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