I haven't tantalized your chess taste-buds with a puzzle for a while now, so here's a humorous one composed by David Gurgenidze in 1973 for you to solve, or otherwise. White to play and win.
And it comes with an extra challenge, too. In the chess forum where I found it, it was named: Georgian Pole Dance. This seems rather inappropriate - given it refers to one patch of the action in the solution, and the resemblance is only graphic, not symbolic.
Can you come up with something better?