On June 18, 2008, the Russian town of Zheleznovodsk became the first city to unveil a monument in honor of the enema.
This mountainous region of Russia is apparently known for its spas and the use of mineral water enemas to cure a wide variety of gastrointestinal diseases.
The sculpture is a five-foot-tall bronze bulb syringe held aloft by three angels and costing a whopping $42,000 to make.
Seems as if somebody over there had one too many enemas before approving this ghastly piece of art.
Wow. It’s amazing what people will waste money on these days.