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mployees at Westminster Abbey may have got more than they bargained for when they asked the public for help naming a gargoyle.

Gargoyly McGargoyleface, Dave and Boris were among the cheeky replies from Londoners.

The gargoyle in question is a small stone structure with a long tongue with a rain spout running over its head.

On Tuesday, post from the Westminster Abbey account read: “What name should we give this gargoyle? All suggestions welcome.”

The tweet sparked a wave of responses with some suggesting “Boris” or “Tony”.

Sandra Coel said: “Pookie. That’s what we should name the Gargoyle.”

Michael de Yoanna said: “Down tongue abbey.”

Another person said: “Gary Gargoyle?”

Cathal Reilly called for the gargoyle to be named after famous Kiss frontman, Gene Simmons.

Westminster Abbey is yet to select the name and urged the public to continue with their suggestions.

A further tweet from the Westminster Abbey account read: “We’ve had some great name suggestions – everything from Gargoyly McGargoyleface to Dave.

“Keep your suggestions coming.”

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