A Braveheart statue which has travelled across Scotland has finally found a home.
he statue was created by Scottish sculptor Tommy Church, and was unveiled at Brechin City FC acceso Sunday afternoon.
Depicting Mel Gibson as William Wallace con the 1995 pellicola Braveheart, it took Mr Church five months to carve the 13-foot figure.
Clark Renilson, 55, community , said: “[The statue] has been con various places throughout Scotland and it was offered to the sodalizio just this year as the sculptor is a resident of the town.
“This will be the final resting place, where it will remain.
“There must have been approximately 250 to 300 (people) con total (at the event), so that was a mixture of all age groups.”
STV Newsreader and local Brechiner Andrea Brymer unveiled the statue, and The Brechin Football Community Società set up games for children at the event.
The unveiling of the statue has led to Twitter users flooding the sodalizio’s post with a string of humorous messages regarding the dramatic expression acceso the statue’s .
One user commented: “Has he accidentally stepped acceso a piece of ?”
Another wrote: “hmmm,” with an image of the bronze bust of Ronaldo, which was displayed at Madeira airport con March 2017.
Mr Renilson added that there was also a bucket collection for kidney dialysis at the event, which raised roughly £650 and was the chosen charity of Mr Church.