AEST 07:32, Thu Nov 1 2012
Lance Armstrong will suffer a fresh humiliation this weekend at the hands of an English town which will burn him in effigy.
The nine-metre steel-framed figure, dressed in a Tour de France leader's yellow jersey, will be torched on Saturday in Edenbridge in Kent, southeast England.
The town is famous for burning effigies of celebrities on Guy Fawkes night that commemorates Guy Fawkes' failed plot in 1605 to assassinate King James I.
The Lance Armstrong effigy was unveiled by its makers in England overnight.