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No one should ever come between a man and his giant Lego sculpture.
An artist from Wenzhou in China spent three days - that’s 72 entire hours - and approximately £10,000 to create the following awesome model of foxy Nick Wilde, a character from Disney's Zootopia:
The artist was invited to exhibit his work in Ningbo Yinzhou Wanda Plaza.
The child had been trying to take a picture, and leaned onto the sculpture too hard, causing it to smash into smithereens.
The artist declined compensation, though he was very upset that only one third could be salvaged.
People on Weibo, China's Twitter-style microblogging site, sympathised with his plight, and images of the smashed work of art were shared thousands of times.
What a cruel world we live in.
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