Sounds similar to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Several incidents from Samson's life have inspired artists. Leon Bonnat's Samson's Youth (1891) portrays a young, naked Samson killing a lion with his bare hands. He will later use the lion's jaw to make up a riddle for the Phillistines.
Giovanni Francesco Guercino's Samson Captured by the Phillistines (1619) emphasizes his muscular backside, and pushes Delilah over to the side in insignificance.
Samson and Delilah (1609-10), by Peter-Paul Rubens, shows the sleeping muscleman about to get cropped.
This stylized depiction, with Samson as massive and square-edged as the pillars themselves, is in Ashdod, Israel.