As far as I know, modern models have good sensors and should go around an obstacle. How old is your gadget model?How good are things like this at navigating around? I bought my wife a little robot vac that scoots around the house to get dog hair from our dog up so she doesn't have to sweep constantly, gotta be real careful with that thing itll wedge itself under a chair and then just hit the legs for 20 god damn minutes trying to get out lol
Down with the man!Have some fun when you see these machines in use.
Place a roll of paper towels or box of cereal or crackers etc on all 4 sides. One box in front one in back and one on each side.
It will shut the machine down as its sensors will not allow it to continue to operate.
Or for some real fun, "accidentally" spill the largest bottle of bubble bath they carry directly in front of the machine so it is forced to suck it up...................Sit back and enjoy the show.
Or......well a bit of chemistry and there is some real fun to be had by accidentally spilling a few other readily available items at the grocery store that could cause some real hilarity to ensue.
As you have never actually touched the machine not much they can do to you as far as legally.
Hack the system...................a little civil disobedience never hurt anyone, and if enough of us do it it will make these expensive robots not worth the trouble in the end.