Nick Wilde, the con-artist fox in the animated film "Zootopia," is a pretty sly fellow. But even he couldn't escape the clumsiness of one lone kid.
A Chinese Lego artist named Zhao spent three days and nights using the toy bricks to construct a human-size figure of Nick, which the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reports was worth 100,000 yuan ($15,000, £10,000, AU$20,000). Zhao hurried to get it ready for the Lego Expo in Ningbo, China, where it met its demise Sunday faster than anyone could sing "What Does the Fox Say?"
Zhao posted before and after photos on the Chinese social-media site Weibo, and according to WhatsOnWeibo.com, said the boy's parents offered him compensation, but he refused to take anything.
"The child did not intend to break it," he reportedly said, according to CCTVNews on Facebook.