Reflected light cast by a building in London is allegedly so intense that it has melted parked cars.
(According to City AM newspaper, the 37-storey tower known as the Walkie Talkie in the financial district, casts a beam of light at certain times of day that has melted parts of cars. It was designed by Uruguayan architect Rafael Vinoly, Mr Vinoly probably thought the sun never shines in the UK.)
(Now this might be a fear of beans in general, so perhaps baked beans should be lumped under flatuphobia, a fear of passing wind. Although if you read the previous post, you will see that the baked bean is innocent.)