Heads of state
Apart from having led the British contingent of the army which saw off Napoleon (a popular deed at the time) he was also prime minister in 1828-30.
Another British prime minister, Sir Winston Churchill, has a statue in London which a few years ago was decorated with a length of turf in the shape of a Mohican haircut. This struck me as hilarious. Likewise the traffic cone on Wellington; but in both cases, once was enough, surely? Constant repetition isn’t witty; it is tedious.