22 of the Ugliest, Most Bizarre Wax Figures in China

By Bridget O'Donnell, November 28, 2016

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Around the globe, tourists swarm to wax museums like Madame Tussauds to pose with lifelike figures of their favorite Hollywood stars, sports figures, international celebrities and world leaders.

But visitors to wax museums in China may have a tough time recognizing who they're taking photos with, as the country lately seems to have earned a reputation for opening some of the "worst wax museum[s] in the world."

Take a look at some of the more strange, barely recognizable and outright hilarious waxworks that have recently been on display at museums in Sichuan, Guangdong, Liaoning and Henan

We'd definitely want a refund for paying to see some of these sad figurines up close...

1. Roger Federer

Roger Federer Wax Figure China

2. Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga wax figure China

3. Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio wax figure China

4. Barack Obama

Barack Obama Wax Figure China

5. And again...

Barack Obama wax figure

6. Vladimir Putin

Vladimir Putin Wax Figure China

7. And again...

Vladimir Putin Wax Figure China

8. AND AGAIN. (China really loves its Putin wax figures, huh?)

Vladimir Putin Wax Figure China

9. Shinzo Abe

Shinzo Abe Wax Figure China

10. Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs Wax Figure China

11. Audrey Hepburn

Breakfast at Tiffany's Audrey Hepburn wax figure China

12. Mr. Bean

Mr Bean Wax Figure China

13. Harry Potter

Harry Potter wax figure China

14. Jackie Chan

Jackie Chan Wax Figure China

15. Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee wax figure China

16. Jay Chou

Jay Chou Wax Figure China

17. Fan Bingbing

Fan Bingbing Wax Figure China

18. Zhang Ziyi

Zhang Ziyi Wax Figure China

19. Gong Li

Gong Li Wax Figure China

20. Jet Li

Jet Li Wax Figure China

21. Stephen Chow

Stephen chow Wax Figure China

22. Andy Lau

Andy Lau wax figure china

[Images via Daily Mail, Netease, China.com]

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