There's a new tourist attraction in Alberta, Canada that's being visited by hundreds of curious visitors every day: A giant Cheeto.
- The 17-foot-tall sculpture, which sits near a rural road in Cheadle, features a single, puffy Cheeto. It's held between the fingers of a giant hand, which serves as the sculpture's base. And yes, the fingertips are covered with orange powder.
- The company that makes Cheetos donated the sculpture to the hamlet because they thought "Cheadle" sounds a lot like "cheetle," which is what the company calls the orange dust that accumulates on customers' fingertips, the Cheadle Board of Directors reports.