A waxworks described as Britain's worst is facing closure because nobody wants to take it over.
The Louis Tussuads House of Wax in Great Yarmouth has cult status because few of its models look anything like their subjects.
Thousands of visitors pay £5 each to visit the seaside attraction to mock the far from lifelike models, reports the Daily Telegraph.
It features 150 models including David and Victoria Beckham, Samantha Fox, Cliff Richard, Paul Gascoigne and most of the royal family.
Jane Hayes, 82, and her husband Peter, 85, who have run the museum since 1955, fear they will have to close the business if nobody wants to take it on.
Mrs Hayes said: "We don't want to retire but when your health starts to decline you have to think.
"It will be a shame as we've been here 57 years, and it would be nice to make 60, but we've no family interested in taking it on."
Many of the models have been widely mocked on the internet, particularly by visitors on the review website TripAdvisor.
Some have even admitted travelling more than 120 miles to visit the waxworks so they can laugh at the models.
One visitor said: "This is well worth the £5 entry fee as its sooooo bad it's good."