Thierry Henry scraps plan for giant aquarium in new home
London, May 18 (ANI): Thierry Henry, who was going to build a giant aquarium in his new mansion in England, has dumped plans to build the 40ft-high structure.
The French striker, 34, won a planning battle last week to demolish his 10-million-pound home in Hampstead, north London, which was built only 13 years ago, the Daily star reported.
But the footie star, who now plays for New York Red Bulls, has abandoned plans for the 250,000-pound aquarium capable of holding 5,500 gallons of water and 300 fish.
It is not known why he changed his mind, but locals reckon it was to "reassure people" he was not just knocking down his former house purely for the aquarium. (ANI)
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