Most people would not be so insensitive as to pile a bunch of bread together to make a sculpture that mocks world hunger. But unfortunately that is exactly what happened in a mall in West Kowloon in Hong Kong. Normally a giant bread statue to celebrate the Year of the Horse wouldn't be such a big deal, but it was located right next a famine prevention event.

The bread for the horse came from a Danish-style bakery and the builders used 428 pieces. Luckily, authorities noticed the error in building such a sculpture so close to people who are trying to help those in need of food, and removed it from the mall. The only way that we'll feel good about this sculpture is if the makers promise to eat all 428 pieces of the bread afterwards.