So, I'm still kind of shaken by what just happened because two of my greatest fears just collided. So I was just sitting in the toilet browsing Reddit on my MacBook like any normal human being when out of no where this giant wasp flies in through an open window and lands on my hand. I do what anyone would do in this situation and start shaking my hand and hitting the wasp. But then the reality hits me... this wasp is probably going to sting me. So I freak out, shake my hand as hard as I can and move away from this hell beast as fast as the pants around my ankles will let me. Unknown to me at the time my MacBook Pro was unfortunately positioned between myself and the bathroom door. As I make my way to the door I hear a loud crack and see that my MacBook's screen has shut off and is lying at a 180 degree angle to my keyboard ( _/ normal, _ _ not normal). I close the computer and flee the wasp. I open my screen again and hope for life, success. I see the password lock screen. I immediately come here and post this topic. Now that the story is over let's get down to business. Should I be worried by my screen clearly farther than designed? Or was that some sort of saftey feature for the computer? Other notes: The screen looks normal and the computer is acting normal. Based off of three tests with normal amounts of force the screen will no longer bend past what it is normally designed for and is still firmly attached to the computer.