architecture
Killer Skyscraper ATTACKS AGAIN

London's Walkie Talkie tower, which made the news a couple of years ago thanks to focusing the sun's rays to such an extent that it created a localised heat ray, is attacking people again. This time it's apparently channeling the wind, so much so that it's able to knock some people off their feet. Read More >>

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Heat Ray Walkie Talkie Skyscraper Neutralised by Embarrassing Hairnet

London's infamous car-melting Walkie Talkie skyscraper is now looking a little more humble and less like a murderous automaton, with the building sporting an external net to stop its accidental parabolic sun reflector burning stuff at street level whenever the sun comes out. Read More >>

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London’s Car-Nuking Deathray Skyscraper Getting Aluminium Fins to Absorb Sunlight

The unfortunate Walkie Scorchie, or the London tower with the ability to harness the Sun's power and melt parked cars on the street below, is set for a redesign. Its owners have applied for permission to install aluminium fins on it to dissipate the deadly heat-ray. Read More >>

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architecture
It’s Not Just Cars That London’s Walkie Scorchie’s Setting Fire to

If you thought it was just Jags and vans getting the sunlight death-ray from London's newest skyscraper the Walkie Talkie, think again. The "Scorchie" has now managed to set fire to the carpet of a nearby barber's shop, and if that wasn't enough, it's hot enough to fry an egg. Read More >>

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London’s ‘Walkie Scorchie’ Tower Is Really Just a Massive Free Tanning Salon

Careful where you walk in London on a sunny day, you might end up inadvertently getting cooked. Apparently the weird-looking new Walkie Talkie skyscraper in the city acts as a giant mirror, focussing the Sun's intense rays on the street below, blinding people and actually melting cars. Read More >>