An anti-Trump art student has decided to troll him as he lands at Stansted Airport for his three-day state visit to the UK by writing 'climate change is real' into the grass next to a giant polar bear.
Not only has the student decided to emphasise an environmental message, he's also mowed a large penis into another field, too, with the words 'Oi, Trump' written below it.
The messages were written by 18-year-old Bishop's Stortford A level art student and upcycling entrepreneur Ollie Nancarrow. Speaking about his creation, he said:
Donald Trump and his denial of climate change are not welcome and I want him to be fully aware of that when he flies in to Stansted on Monday.
Ollie Nancarrow has etched the image into his lawn
The teenager is the founder of the website Born Eco, which connects shoppers with eco-friendly traders, reports the Independent.
The state visit will see the president of the United States enjoy a banquet at Buckingham Palace with the Queen on Monday evening, talks with prime minister Theresa May, and attending D-Day anniversary events.
Tens of thousands of protestors are expected to take to the streets in London at a protest in Trafalgar Square against Trump's visit, and security has been ramped up around the US Ambassador's residence in Regent's Park, as well as an eight-foot fence being placed on the road between Winfield House and London Central Mosque, reports the Sun.
The infamous large orange baby blimp will also make a reappearance, but this time it will be accompanied by a 16-foot talking robot of Mr Trump sitting on a gold toilet that has been shipped over from China, depicting the president with his trousers around his ankles while tweeting.
The robot will emit farting noises, alongside some of his favourite catchphrases, such as 'no collusion', 'you are fake news' and 'I'm a very stable genius'.