Following our earlier news of the ex-British colony called Canada trumping us in the 'celebs hosting games awards' stakes, we have some further news of how our ex-Colonial cousins are beating us in showing off their hardcore love of video games.
This 9ft tall replica of everyone's favourite plumber Mario currently stands proudly in the centre of Young & Dundas Square in down town Toronto.
The sculpture has been built entirely out of non-perishable canned food to celebrate TODAY'S release of "New Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo DS and to support "The Daily Bread Foodbank"
This awesome feat of architectural engineering weighs in at over 2600 pounds and is made of about 4000 individual cans and a couple of bags of SmartFood Popcorn.
Nintendo Canada's PR agency deserve a massive Mario shaped medal for making things like this happen. We want to see a huge Mario made out of buns or burgers or lager tins or something slap bang in the middle of Trafalgar Square. Come on Nintendo UK. Make it happen!
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