Mysterious Menion models are appearing rapidly in a village in Australia, the mystery of which has not yet been solved. Photo: Courtesy of ABC Australia
Perth: Statues of the famous cartoon character, Minions and other models have been spotted in a small town in Australia, but it is still unclear who is installing them.
The area is called Warwick where hardly 70 people live. Locals said that the first manion was seen before Christmas last year. Then their number increased and now there are about 24 Mannian models. Some of these models are made from scrap metal that can be used to hold mail or in place of plants and flower pots.
On the other hand, some models are designed as works of art and cannot contain any objects. Minions are the main and interesting characters of Disney’s popular animated film, Despicable Me, who are now famous all over the world.
Most of the people of Warke are farmers and are simple minded. But local people say that after Manian, other people have also settled here.
Only one CCTV video shows the installation of the manion, but the person doing the installation was dressed as Santa Claus and cannot be identified. However, some people suspect that Shane Guninen, an artist living near the mountain area, is behind it. There are also many models of Manion outside his house.