Sometime in the mid 90's an Airtours (Now MYT) 767 blew over a porta-cabin (like a prefab office thing seen on building sites) at Teeside, UK. I can't remember what it was doing there but it blew it over anyway - I wish I had seen that.
I recall doing a push-out on a '37 (maybe a A320, can't really recall) a long long while ago, and there was this port-o-potty out off the ramp area, in the inner airfield because of some construction going on. It was a awful slow weekend, and no construction guys were around, and there was a running challenge with the pilots to see if the ramp guys could get this thing blown over.
While pushing back, I lined up the aircraft in the general direction and gave the intercom call of "Clear to start, your discretion." .... he turned #2 first, then crossbled over to start #1 - and the increased power blew that sucker right over. I remember one of the ramp guys doing a arms-up "touchdown" pose....... heh
It's the simple things that make work fun........