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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - FEBRUARY 17: A broken statue lies on the grounds of the Presidential Palace on February 17, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck at 4:53pm on January 12, killing more than 200,000 people and leaving the nation's capitol in ruins. The heavily-damaged palace was one of the few structures inaccessable to looters after the earthquake. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

A video is making the rounds of some idiot at a New Zealand waterfront, who got bored and broke a $200,000 art sculpture.  He’s climbing the length of its structure, when the metal pole bends until it snaps at its base and the guy falls into the water.

The pole hits his head on the way down, but he’s fine.  You can see the wound he got at the :55 mark in this interview.  No word on what kind of punishment he’s facing.


Man who snapped $300,000 Wellington waterfront sculpture says there 'wasn't a sign' telling people not to do it

The man who was filmed breaking an expensive sculpture on Wellington's waterfront yesterday has opened up about his actions, saying he was "bored" and "there wasn't a sign that says don't climb". Hunter Macdonald went viral on social media after climbing the Len Lye Water Whirler sculpture in the capital yesterday.