Homer Simpson next to the Cerne Giant in Dorset
Wish for rain to wash away Homer
Pagans have pledged to perform "rain magic" to wash away a cartoon character painted next to their famous fertility symbol - the Cerne Abbas giant.
A doughnut-brandishing Homer Simpson now adorns the hillside above Cerne Abbas, Dorset, next to the giant.
The ancient chalk outline of the naked, sexually aroused, club-wielding giant is believed by many to be a symbol of ancient spirituality.
Many couples also believe the 180ft carving aids fertility.
The Simpsons character was painted next to the figure on Monday in a publicity stunt to promote The Simpsons movie released later this month.