Christ the King, the gargantuan statue of Jesus in Świebodzin, Poland, is regarded as the tallest statue of Jesus Christ in the world.
Completed in 2010, the 108-foot wonder was midwifed by a now-deceased local priest Sylwester Zawadzki, who succeeded in raising $1.45 million from donors for the project, Fakt24 reported.
However, if the behemoth had inspired awe among residents and tourists since completion, that was raised a notch higher when signal broadcasting equipment were mysteriously found on the crown of the statue.
According to Gizmodo, quoting Fakt24, experts said the equipment installed on the crown appear to be intended for broadcasting an internet signal and the location would be a prime spot to maximise the signal’s range.
The internet signal was said to have become available to a nearby church and capable of being accessed by local residents nearby too.
However, despite checks, Fakt24 could not find who had installed the equipment.