LEGOLAND California Staff Pranks General Manager

The Model Shop team at LEGOLAND California had a little fun today at General Manager Peter Ronchetti's expense ...the team replaced the GM's Volvo XC60 with a life-sized LEGO XC90 made of 201,076 LEGO bricks. The model was built in 2004 and weighs 2,934 pounds. Imagine his surprise when he tried to leave for lunch!

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