Buckingham Palace on Fire



Around 200 people turned out to watch the replica of the Buckingham Palace as it went down with the flames after Edward Heath, 63, set it on fire. A report made by The Daily Mail said Heath had written to the Queen to ask for her permission to burn down the effigy of Buckingham, which took him five months--and 1,000 wooden pallets--to build. The replica stood 96 ft tall and took an hour and a half to burn down. Aside from Buckingham Palace replica, Heath had also designed, built, and burned replicas of Wembley Stadium and White House to raise money for charity. So far, his ventures has already realised more than £80,000.








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