Britain has been baking this week with scorching temperatures recorded all over the country and a new record high of 36.7oc measured at Heathrow Airport on Wednesday.
In fact temperatures have been so good it has been hotter than Rio De Janeiro in the UK this week, and it's not often we can say that!
The heatwave has brought back memories of another spell of good weather in 2013 where a skyscraper located at 20 Fenchurch Street in London reflected the sun's rays melting cars, setting fire to door mats and frying eggs.
The building know as the Walkie Talkie because of its distinctive curvy phone like shape, was renamed the Walkie Scorchie by workers in the area and the phrase was soon picked up by the national press.
The concave design and mirrored glass of the £200 million Rafael Viñoly designed building coupled with the location of the sun at a certain time of the day caused a reflection of powerful focused rays onto the street below.
The intense rays caused numerous problems including melting cars parked in the street. Several car and van owners complained of damage to their vehicles, but at first were not sure how it had happened.