Pranksters Use Old Fridges to Rereate Stonehenge

If you're going to do a prank, you might as well do it properly. That was clearly the thinking behind 'Fridgehenge', a replica of England's prehistoric monument Stonehenge, which sprung up overnight on a street corner in Kent. The structure was built using over 30 fridges in the early hours of Monday morning, and it's already been getting attention from local visitors. But who has over 30 old fridges just lying around? Well according to the Mirror, the structure was built by the owners of a white goods firm in Maidstone.