Here's an artist's impression of what Moneybags Hirst's proposed monstrosity would look like dominating a carpark in the seaside resort of Ilfracombe in Devon, with upraised sword threatening drivers who don't pay their parking charges. Hirst has offered the 65ft-tall (20m) statue to the town on a 20-year-loan. His restaurant could do with it nearby for publicity. English Heritage wants it. So the council are bound to grant it planning permission (CLICK). His 35ft-tall, 13-and-a-half-ton statue of a pregnant woman sectioned to reveal her insides landed in the courtyard of the Royal Academy of Arts for its Summer Exhibition in 2006. That was the second edition of The Virgin Mother (CLICK). The first is in New York. The addition of an upraised sword to this proposed edition would almost double its height. I wonder what it's new title will be. The Ilfracombe Damnation? The Devon Abortion? Damien By The Sea?