A kid destroyed a $15,000 'Zootopia'-themed Lego sculpture that took three days to build

I91mwqc9pkyftxguevj5webo.com/trushThe calm before the storm.

It’s official: children can’t be trusted, especially around fragile toys.

Chinese artist Zhao built a giant Lego replica of Nick, the fox from “Zootopia.” According to CCTV News, Zhao spent three days and nights — as well as more than $15k — building the sculpture for a Lego Expo in Ningbo, China.

Screen Shot 2016 06 01 at 2.22.50 PMweibo.com/trushIt took Zhao three days and nights to build the LEGO sculpture.

Then, in a matter of seconds, a child destroyed it. On the very first day of the exhibition, a kid pushed over the sculpture. Zhao posted a photo of the destruction on his Webo account:

While others might be more upset over the destruction of something they spent so much time creating, Zhao is taking it all in stride. Understanding it was just an accident, he accepted the parents’ apology and moved on.

The mess will live on in internet infamy.

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