The Sun challenges Lego fans

Following its promo with the toy firm, the paper challenged the UK's top brick builders to a 'brick off.'
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Ed Diment and Gary Davis, members of the Brickish Association for adult fans of Lego were challenged to see what they could make from Lego in just 15 minutes.

When the whistle was blown, Davis ripped open his packets, scattering pieces over the table. Diment was more organised and divided his pieces into functional and non-functional bits.

Davis set to work on creating a plane to carry the Harry Potter minifigure, while Diment's design remained a mystery to the end, when it took shape as a robot.

After the 15 minutes were up, Davis commented: "I think that Ed's model is more inventive but I'm proud of my Harry potter plane."

To read the full story and to see pics and videos of the duo's creations, head over to The Sun now.


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