Madame Tussaud's staff learnt a valuable lesson recently - never let women get too close to even the wax statues of George Clooney or Brad Pitt.
The famous museum's London wing had put the actors' statues up for display to coincide with the DVD launch of their hit film Ocean's Thirteen.
However, after only one day on display staff found out that it had been a mistake to put out the wax works when female fans mauled them.
While Pitt's posterior was badly damaged from pinches, Clooney's cheeks were left covered in lipstick.
A spokesman for the London attraction said that the frenzy showed just how popular the two Hollywood heavyweights were.
"To say they were popular with women is an understatement. Brad's bum in particular was in a bad way," The Sun reported him, as saying.
The works have now been hauled off for repair.