A walker stumbled across the remains of what is believed to be a 3,500 year old tribal chieftain whose burial casket was protruding from a beach in north Cornwall. (The walker).. said "I found a front tooth and another piece of bone and I looked to see where it had come from" and found a stone casket.The article goes on to say "Archaeologists carried out an emergency excavation of the site".
Yes! That was probably because they were worried that seaside scavenger Toby "Tumnus" Buckland would turn up and haul the lot of to Berryfields to decorate the borders! How ethical would that be a 3,500 stone casket used as an alpine trough! (Hmm.. probably rather attractive though).
The cause of this mornings hangover was an evening of jolliness where the Sock and Bedsock laughed for ages over an hilarious new wheeze for the bloggywog. Sadly neither of us can remember now what it was..