Anna Chapman has been immortalised in plastic after an American company launched a pair of action figures celebrating the Russian spy.
One of the $29.99 ‘Herobuilders’ figures shows a topless Chapman wearing a tartan skirt while the second shows her in a pair of high-waist jeans and a skimpy crop top. Both models sport a handgun.
The flame-haired 28-year-old has become something of a cult hero since the scandal was revealed in June after ten suspected Russian spies were arrested in USA.
Chapman was deported from the USA on July 8 as part of a prisoner swap with Russia. It’s been reported Playboy is lining her up for a photo shoot.
Emil Vicale, CEO of Vicale Corporation, which owns Herobuilders said: “Whatever’s going on in the news, we try to see if that’s going to sell, if we can make it, and if we can make it on time. And then we just do it.”
Other Herobuilders action figures include beleaguered BP boss Tony Hayward, Barack Obama and Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.