The government has ordered a fleet of Legos to be used as explosives.
The government is also making sure the Legos aren’t packed with explosives, and there are no safety hazards.
“We have decided to deploy Legos as improvised explosive devices (IEDs),” the Department of Homeland Security announced.
The department also announced it is “reconsidering all available options for the disposal of explosive devices.”
The department says it will make recommendations to the President and Congress by July 10.
The Legos were first created in 2001 as an attempt to teach kids to build things.
The Lego company is now owned by Hasbro, but the company says the toys are still being made and sold by independent contractors.
“Lego Legos are made of plastic, so we have a responsibility to the environment and to the children, so it is a concern,” the company said in a statement.
“The Legos that are being sold for sale are being manufactured by Legos of a different brand.
Legos is committed to the highest standards of safety and manufacturing, and we will continue to work with our suppliers to ensure our products are manufactured in the highest safety standards.”