Many of you might remember the 50-foot high rubber duck that travelled upriver in December - a stunt with the simple aim of trying to encourage Londoners to be daft. Everything hunky-dorey.
But what happens when big ducks become a let-down? Hong Kong knows.
It welcomed a 54-foot high duck - created by a Dutch artist - and which has been on a world tour since 2007, spreading a message of peace and harmony.
But sightseers were left disappointed when it deflated.
Organisers denied it was sunk by wind and rain, saying it the duck was flattened simply to allow maintenance to be carried out.