Bafta-winning artist, Alison Jackson, is appealing for help to reunite her with a bespoke "Donald Trump wig" worth £15,000 which she accidentally left in the back of a London black taxi. Alison Jackson took to social media in a bid to track down the hair piece which took 15 stylists more than six months to create and was meant to be worn by a Donald Trump lookalike in a show opening next week.
She said the wig was left in a black cab when she was dropped off at London's Leicester Square on Tuesday. Jackson has said that there is a reward for whoever reunites her with the wig.
Jackson, who photographs lookalikes of famous people in compromising situations as a commentary on celebrity culture, said the wig was fitted on a wig maker's block inside a black bin liner, and was made of human hair.
Jackson posted a message on Instagram in hope of tracking the piece of art down.
Jackson said she had reported the loss to Transport for London.
She said : "If nobody comes back from TfL or the taxi lost property office then I'm completely stuck.
"It's been missing since 10 in the morning and the show opens on Tuesday with the Donald Trump lookalike. "He would be so upset to arrive in England and find that there's no wig." (Image credit : Twitter)