An enraged King Kong arrives in San Diego!

Workers push a gigantic ape hand into position. This will be part of Kong Skull Island, an outdoor San Diego Comic-Con site next to the Omni Hotel.
Workers push a gigantic ape hand into position. This will be part of Kong: Skull Island, an outdoor San Diego Comic-Con site next to the Omni Hotel.

King Kong arrived in San Diego this morning! And he doesn’t appear to be very happy about it!

I spied the gigantic, enraged ape near the Omni Hotel, in a patch of grass to be known as Skull Island during 2017 Comic-Con. Many workers were using all of their strength to wrestle King Kong into position. I didn’t see a huge cage or massive leg restraints. It appears the ferocious beast is being set loose in our city. Good thing Dole’s cargo ships carry millions of bananas each day into the marine terminal near the Hilton. Maybe that will tame the big monkey.

I'm not sure I'd want to be caught in the grip of King Kong. Those guys better be careful.
I’m not sure I’d want to be caught in the grip of King Kong. Those guys better be careful.
Another sun? We have enough tropical humidity here in San Diego during our monsoon weather.
Another sun? We have enough tropical humidity here in San Diego during our monsoon weather.
King Kong is so enraged it takes two sturdy workers to hold him at bay! I hope the movie ape doesn't escape and go on a rampage during Comic-Con!
King Kong is so enraged it takes two sturdy workers to hold him at bay! I hope the movie ape doesn’t go on a rampage during Comic-Con!

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

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