There are certain places in churches where the builders seem to be given a bit of a free hand in the design, often result in humerous, rude and distinctly pagan carvings. One of these places that I see from time to time is in the misericords. A misericord is a little fold up seat in the choir stalls in churches which had the added advantage that when it was in the upright position, there was a small ledge that the standing monk could rest on and still look like he was standing. Underneath they are often carved with some of the most entertaining images to be found in churches.
These 15th century misericords are in Holy Trinity church in Stratford upon Avon, only a few yards away from where William Shakespeare and his family lie. He must have seen these often in his life - maybe some of the carry on in them inspired little bits of his plays.
This is not a misericord but an angel on the corner of the choir stalls. She doesn't seem to be particularly impressed by the goings on.
One of these people has lost their head, judging by the colour of the wood underneath, it happened centuries ago.