A trip to a community center in Kansas could end up costing one family over a hundred thousand dollars. The Goodman family was visiting the Tomahawk Ridge community center in Overland Park, Kansas recently when their five-year-old son got a little too up close and personal with an art sculpture on display. The work, titled Aphrodite di Kansas City, ended up toppling over. A few days later the family says they received a bill from the city's insurance company saying the sculpture had been damaged beyond repair and blamed it on their failure to monitor their son. They're asking the family for 132-thousand dollars.
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