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A spooky Christmas tree set up in a Canadian shopping mall sparks outrage among locals

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A large Christmas tree measuring 15 meters was set up in a shopping mall in Canada.

A huge face with a pink nose and cod roe lips is attached to the front of the gorgeous tree decorated with many ornaments and illuminations.

The re-appearance of this Christmas tree, which looks a little creepy but was loved by locals until 15 years ago, seems to have reminded shoppers of their childhood. “Atlantic News” and others report.

The much-talked-about Christmas tree was set up on the 19th of this month at the Mic Mac Mall shopping mall in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. Decorated with round glowing red and green ornaments and lights, the front of this Christmas tree has a strangely huge face.

People who saw this character, “Woody,” with blushing noses and cheeks and big lips, said, “I think it was in 2001.

It was a long time ago, but I remember being here. “This Christmas tree is full of memories of me and my children,” he recalled.

Woody, with its eerie but cute long lashes, has been popular with local children and has been a favorite in the region every Christmas season. Woody, who has been loved for many years, has retired from the front line when a mechanical failure was discovered in 2006.

Fifteen years later, real estate developer Joe Ramia vowed to “absolutely revive Woody” when he bought the shopping mall in September of this year.

Then six engineers gathered and Woody’s restoration work began.

“It was great to be involved in this project, we’re Woody in the past,” said Mohammed Issa, who holds a 3D printing and laser engraving workshop in Lower Sackville, the state.

I wanted many people who knew about it to see the new fresh woody. “

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