It must be the extremely sturdy buttocks on this statue that cause so many teenagers to crowd round the back of it and giggle so much. At least I presume so.
The statue is of Perseus, the hero of Greek myth, who - among his many deeds - chopped off the head of the evil, snake-haired Medusa. Medusa's head is shown trailing nerves and arteries, so it's all very gory too.
It is a very good bronze copy of the sixteenth-century original by Cellini.
One can see it, if you can get past the teenagers, in the gardens on the Trentham Estate.