Last week we reported that Google installed a new Android Jelly Bean statue on its Googleplex lawn in commemoration of the operating system’s launch. Well it looks like the statue wasn’t designed to withstand the hot Californian sun. According to a post on Google+ from Dan Morrill, one of the folks from Android Engineering, the statue got so hot that its head melted and popped off. To add insult to the injury, somebody even stole one of the jelly beans inside the statue.
The post states that the designer of the statue “is already working on a bug fix” – let’s hope this unfortunate event isn’t a sign of things to come for Google’s upcoming version of Android.
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