10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
Soccer star Ronaldo is so popular in his home country of Portugal that the country named an airport after him. Unfortunately, the bust in his likeness at the airport isn't quite up to par. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)Photo by: Armando Franca
10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
Tito Jackson kisses his brother Michael Jackson statue, in Rio de Janeiro, Braizl — but he's probably the only one that would willingly get near this creepy statue. (Photo by Wagner Meier/Getty Images)Photo by: Wagner Meier
10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
This statue of tennis star Andy Murray in Shanghai, China, can't decide if it wants to be an ancient relic or a modern memorial. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)Photo by: Matthew Stockman
10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
: The Gordie Howe Statue is displayed inside Joe Louis Arena is somehow too lifelike. (Photo by Dave Sandford/Getty Images) Photo by: Dave Sandford
10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
Elvis or Oscars? This statue in Israel doesn't even know. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images)Photo by: David Silverman
10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
This statue of Lenin in Germany really puts an emphasis on his dead eyes. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)Photo by: Sean Gallup
10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
This statue of Johnny Ramone in Los Angeles gives me the willies. Could be his hair... (Photo by Matthew Simmons/Getty Images)Photo by: Matthew Simmons
10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
Put some clothes on, David Beckham. (Photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images for H&M)Photo by: Angela Weiss
10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
While techinically a photograph of former Yankee, it's still terriftying to look into his eyes. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)Photo by: Koichi Kamoshida
10 creepy statues that give Ronaldo's a run for its money
This statue of former Cardinal Earl Smith in St. Louis makes it seem as if he's in constant pain. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)Photo by: Dilip Vishwanat