Dinosaur removed from beach on health and safety grounds

A huge 20ft sculpture of a Tyrannosaurus Rex has been seized by officials on health and safety grounds after it was taken to a beach.

Tyrannosaurus Rex: Fearing it was in breach of health and safety rules, council workers spent 90 minutes recovering the hulking item from the water before impounding it. Photo: INS

The life-size metal model was towed into the sea at Weymouth Bay, Dorset, as a quirky way to promote Britain's Jurassic Coast.

The incredible sight caused great hilarity among bathers but unfortunately the local council and police didn't see the funny side.

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