Many people think that wax museums are creepy, and that the figures have an eerie quality about them. These same people suspect the figures of "watching" them as they pass by. It's not uncommon to hear stories of haunted museums where the figures seem to have moved without the aide of any living person. Well, now we have undeniable proof that this is not just in the imagination of superstitious museum guests. The David and Victoria Beckham figures that were housed in the Washington D.C. Madame Tussaud's have been caught on camera leaving the museum. Photographers spotted the escapees in a local park getting ready to play a bit of Soccer. The wax David took a ball from a group of boys playing in the park and would have began playing himself if it were not for the restrictive suit the museum's designers dressed him in.
This shot shows the figure as it dreams of playing outside, and it curses the time it was forced to live indoors.
Not knowing that springtime in our nation's capital can be quite brisk, Victoria found a scarf and quickly put it on.
Soon the authorities were called, and Madame Tussaud's rounded them up, and put them in this box. A truck eventually came to send them back to the museum, but you can be sure that the bolts that secure them to the ground will be extra strong this time.
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