Woman finds shell on Sussex beach that looks just like Osama bin Laden

Woman finds shell on Sussex beach that looks just like Osama bin Laden

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A WOMAN was left stunned after a stroll on the beach when she found a shell that looked just like Osama bin Laden.

Debra Oliver found the distinctive looking shell on Winchelsea Beach, East Sussex.

A woman was stunned to discover a shell the spitting image of Osama bin Laden on a Sussex beach
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Debra Oliver noticed the similarities between the shell and the terrorist, including the fact he was buried at sea
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The 60-year-old was “drawn to the curious-looking” find as she went for a walk while celebrating her 42nd wedding anniversary with her husband Martin, 62.

Legal secretary Debra realised the shell bore an uncanny resemblance to the al-Qaeda terrorist then “fell apart laughing” and kept it “as a little memento”.

Debra, of Brentsford, west London, said: “It’s not that often you find a seashell that looks like anyone at all, so finding Osama bin Laden was amazing

“We’d all gone for a walk on the beach, which is covered in millions and millions of shells and pebbles.

“I was drawn to this curious-looking shell, and went to pick it up.

“When I looked at it properly up close, I thought it looked like Jesus.


“I then saw a turban on the top, and realised who was staring up at me in the palm of my hand – Osama bin Laden.”

She added: “Funny that – as he was buried at sea too.”

Though 9/11 perpetrator Bin Laden hit the top spot, others thought the seashell resembled ex-Supreme Leader of Iran Ayatollah Khomeini.

Debra, of Brentsford, west London, said: “It’s not that often you find a seashell that looks like anyone at all, so finding Osama bin Laden was amazing
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Debra and her husband Martin were on a stroll along the beach celebrating their 42nd wedding anniversary
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