Massive Michael Jackson Robot
You would think that floating giant statues of yourself down the River Thames is the height of hubris. You'd be wrong. Introducing this article, I must point out that no metal has yet been shaped nor circuits built for this robostrosity as of now, but it is planned as part of Michael Jackson Vegas spectacular.
Michael Jackson is in discussions about creating a 50-foot robotic replica of himself to roam the Las Vegas desert, according to reports.
The pop legend is currently understood to be living in the city, as he considers making a comeback after 2004's turbulent child sex case.
It has now been claimed that his plans include an elaborate show in Vegas, which would feature the giant Jacko striding around the desert, firing laser beams.
If built, the metal monster would apparently be visible to aircraft as they come in to land in the casino capital.
It is the centerpiece of an elaborate Jackson-inspired show in Vegas, according to Andre Van Pier, the robot's designer.
Luckman Van Pier, his partner at the company behind the proposal, claims blueprints have been drawn up for the show and seen by the star.
"Michael's looked at the sketches and likes them," he told the New York Daily News.
On the subject of the robot, he continued: "It would be in the desert sands. Laser beams would shoot out of it so it would be the first thing people flying in would see."
You can't see me do this, but I'm arching my eyebrows in surprise and dismay, whilst wondering how hackable this roboJacko would be...