A controversial portrait of The Queen with a really long neck has finally gone on public display. The artwork, painted by John Napper in 1952, shows the monarch with a neck longer than a diseased juvenile badger. Napper himself described it as "a beautiful painting of a queen, but not this [or any other] Queen" But leading and well spoken art critics have described it as ghastly and poo, with one, an eminent collector, remarking W-T-F?! What the shitting fuckary?! When pushed for a summary he told us lol. After spending six decades in council vaults, the portrait went on display in Liverpool and even local tramps werent surprised. The city's deputy Lord Mayor, Gazza Gary Millar, said: "We are very proud... that Liverpool... now has... hanging. Is true, and I tell you no fib. Does I look elegant? Full story here.