In the Perry Mason episode, The Case of the Golden Oranges, which first aired on 7 March 1963, there was a murder that until now has remained unrecognized and unsolved.
Architect, James (Jimmy) Wheeler, unpaid for his services, returns to the subdivision construction office late one night to claim his house models, only to be surprised by Mrs. Doyle who drops by for a rendezvous with developer Gerald Thornton.
Jimmy: These things belong to me Mrs. Doyle. I made them on my own time. I'm taking them with me.
Mrs. Doyle: I wonder just how far you're going to get with them.
Jimmy places a model on the floor beside his carton, unaware of the horror that's about to occur when Mr. Thornton arrives.
Mr. Thornton: Well what have we here?
Mrs. Doyle: Mr. Wheeler tells me he's repossessing some of his little trinkets.
Mr. Thornton: Well that's funny. I thought they were my little trinkets.
If it makes you feel any better, Gerald ('The Foot') Thornton is later shot, not for this outrage, and it's not by Jimmy, but who could blame him if he did.
No more is mentioned of this crushing of an innocent miniature building.
I can only hope they got this scene in one take :-)