PHOTO: Why is Greg Norman's torso covered in plaster?
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PHOTO: Why is Greg Norman’s torso covered in plaster?


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For some yet-revealed reason, Greg Norman spent a lot of his Friday covered in plaster.

Norman shared several pictures of the voluntary predicament on Instagram, but left out the important detail of why he was covered in plaster all day.



"Hmmm...never done this before. Sculpture molding begins," Norman said in a caption accompanying a photo. Obviously it's for a sculpture, but where is it going? His lawn? The World Golf Hall of Fame? A few details would be nice.

Oh? You can't talk because you're waiting for the plaster covering your face to dry? Gotcha.

Care to explain further now that you've cleaned up? No. OK.

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