Wax museum seeks Tom Brady's help to improve 'creepy' statue



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BOSTON (AP) — A new wax museum is asking New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for help to improve a wax replica of him that has been ridiculed online.

The Dreamland Wax Museum in Boston features a statue of Brady that has drawn criticism from many people who say it looks "creepy" and doesn't resemble him.

A Facebook post from the museum on Wednesday acknowledges the figure isn't perfect because it's based on a photo instead of Brady's actual measurements.

The museum has invited Brady to "come by and sit in for a measurement session." It museum says getting it perfect is its top priority.

Museum officials say they haven't received a response yet.

The museum drew attention in July with a figure of President Donald Trump that some said missed the mark.

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