A GROWN man sat himself at his mirror the other day and converted his face into the results of an axe attack or the propulsion through a car windscreen.

He then plonked himself behind the counter at Tesco’s Atherton filling station so all the world could see his ‘artistry’.

Is this what Halloween has become?

The giggly festival of bats and spooks enjoyed by children has turned into a me-fest for those whose idea of fun is probably a day out in Madame Tussauds’ Chamber of Horrors.

I love a joke but for the life of me I can’t see the fun in this gory travesty that has been hijacked from the kids’ Halloween.

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