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LEGO house update
Sep 24, 2009
LEGO house update
sep 24, 2009
LEGO house update



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the house built from LEGO that was built earlier this month has now been demolished after a deal to sell
it fell through. the LEGO house is the latest toy challenge by james may, a british television presenter,
for his BBC series james may’s toy stories. because the home didn’t have planning permission on its site,
the builder were hoping to find a buyer to transport the house elsewhere. LEGOland theme park showed
interest, but the high cost of transportation didn’t make it a good deal in their eyes. the 3.3 million LEGO
bricks used to build the home will be donated to charity once the home is no more. these images show
a work crew ripping the home apart and james may inside the home after it was completed. read more at
the telegraph.



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