WATCH: Tennis droid Andy Murray finally has anger update installed
Andy Murray bot 2.0 suffered a brief malfunction at the Miami Open.
The fear of a machine-based uprising has never been greater following soulless tennis-machine Andy Murray's latest emotional outburst.
We've already seen a technical fault with its operating system which was mistakenly viewed by many as a display of glee before and recently we saw the device use its new humour setting at the Odyssey Arena. However, this new mechanised version of anger is genuinely disturbing.
Human tennis star Grigor Dimitrov defeated the cyborg at the Miami Open 6-7 (7/1) 6-4 6-3, with Murray making over 50 unforced errors in the match. The machine appeared genuinely upset with its performance and even received a violation from the umpire for smashing its racket during the second set.
Rumours are circulating that if the Muzza machine shows any signs that he may breach any of Isaac Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics, his switch will be permanently placed in the "off" position and it will be recycled for scrap metal.