An online protest group has given the proverbial middle finger to the Olympics branding crackdown by creating a user-generated blog with various wild and wonderful versions of the five iconic rings.
The Tumblr feed began as a protest after a local council official asked a Camberwell café owner to remove Olympic rings made of bagels from his window, in an incident back in May.
The blog - titled Revenge Of The Rings - is a light-hearted response to what the creators claim is a heavy-handed clampdown on this and other unauthorised Olympic displays.
Users are invited to "make a stand against the ring bullies" by sending in their own photos of the Olympics symbol made from random objects.
Take a look at some of the entries - ranging from toilet roll creations to Cheerio rings and dog bowl sculptures - below.
What do you think? Is this a great way of countering "ring bullies" or is it time now to focus on the actual Olympics? Let us know on Twitter or in the comments
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