Incontinence pants masterpiece 'The Three Tenas' scoops best crap art prize
A pack of Tena incontinence pants with three pairs sticking out at the top has won this year's Turnip Prize.
The Three Tenas was created by Miss Quick, a midwife who is 18 weeks pregnant and lives in Clutton, Somerset.
"I am amazed to win this most coveted art award on my third attempt, you can only imagine how the idea came to me. I truly feel that the lack of effort has really paid off," the Sun quoted her as saying.
"I aimed low and luckily reached rock bottom, which is more than I could have ever dreamed of. I am amazed at what my mediocrity and indifference has achieved".
The Turnip Prize is an alternative to the Turner Prize, and celebrates 'crap art'.
Artists who wish to take part in the competition must deliver their work by hand to The New Inn pub in Wedmore, Somerset.
Judges then award points for: 'lack of effort', 'alliteration or pun used in the title' and the all-important 'Is it sh*t?' category.
An artist's work can be disqualified if it is suspected of having involved 'too much effort', uses an 'unpublishable title, justification or pseudonym', or, worst of all, is deemed to be 'not sh*t enough'.