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University professor places Bumblebee and Optimus Prime at home

Published:Sunday | March 7, 2021 | 12:08 AM
Workers stop to admire and photograph a sculpture of Transformers Bumblebee.
Workers stop to admire and photograph a sculpture of Transformers Bumblebee.
A driver used his smart phone to photograph sculptures of Transformers Bumblebee and Optimus Prime, which flank the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
A driver used his smart phone to photograph sculptures of Transformers Bumblebee and Optimus Prime, which flank the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
Workers stop to admire and photograph a sculpture of Transformers Bumblebee, outside the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
Workers stop to admire and photograph a sculpture of Transformers Bumblebee, outside the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
RIGHT: A sculpture of Transformer Optimus Prime is seen at the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
RIGHT: A sculpture of Transformer Optimus Prime is seen at the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
A sculpture of Transformer Bumblebee is seen at the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
A sculpture of Transformer Bumblebee is seen at the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
Ayden, 6, poses for a photograph in front of sculptures of Transformers Bumblebee ( left) and Optimus Prime, which flank the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
Ayden, 6, poses for a photograph in front of sculptures of Transformers Bumblebee ( left) and Optimus Prime, which flank the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
The face of a sculpture of Transformer Bumblebee is seen at the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
The face of a sculpture of Transformer Bumblebee is seen at the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
INSET: The face of a sculpture of Transformer Optimus Prime is seen at the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
INSET: The face of a sculpture of Transformer Optimus Prime is seen at the entrance of Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard’s home.
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Georgetown University biochemistry professor Newton Howard placed Transformers Bumblebee and Optimus Prime at the entrance of his home in the Georgetown neighbourhood Washington. The Transformers have delighted and also caused a controversy in the historic neighbourhood.