A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
RM2E6P00GA giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
RM2D24XJGA giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
RM2E7AJ7BA giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', is lowered into Liverpool's Salthouse Dock, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
RM2D155Y5A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', is lowered into Liverpool's Salthouse Dock, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', is lowered into Liverpool's Salthouse Dock, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
RM2E6XR70A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', is lowered into Liverpool's Salthouse Dock, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
RM2D1T8J9A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
RM2D2AP8RA giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
RM2E7RTB1A giant mechanical spider, part of a piece of 'free theatre' by French company La Machine entitled 'Les Mecaniques Servants', walks along the waterfront in Liverpool, September 5, 2008. The 37 tonne spider which stands at 50 feet (15 metres) tall is in Liverpool as part of the city's European capital of culture celebrations. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)