People living in US are very much aware of the advertisement campaign from Samsung for its Nexus S. Giant replicas of Samsung Nexus S are hung in the Best Buy Mobile Stores. If you have been to one, you may have played around with them. They look so real and you can use the browser, may be check some news from CNN. They are actually real phones created in larger sizes, I mean they work almost same as the regular sized versions but only the problem is that they are too large to fit into your pocket.
A man had some problem with his phone, so he came to Best Buy to get it repaired a few months ago. While he was waiting for his phone, he saw the Nexus S replica hung there. A wild thought came into his mind and he rooted the Nexus S Giant replica. He also made the video after that, he did not show the actual steps, how he rooted it. But you can see the proof that the device was rooted because you can see the Superuser icon in the menu and as the guy was able to run the superuser on terminal emulator. This really proved that the device was rooted.
About rooting, if you are aware with the jailbreak of iPhone, rooting is the jailbreak for Android. You can root your phone and then alter its UI and display, actually you become administrator of your phone and can access and alter every file which is read only in the normal mode.
This little experiment explains that those Giant displays are how much alike the real Nexus S. And how ironic it would be for the Google employee who was in charge of the giant device. I mean what he thought after he found that Giant device rooted. Irony was at its best when I tell you that the guy, who rooted that device, actually came to repair his Nexus S phone.