The Natural History Museum in London has copped a rinsing from an incredibly astute 10 year old boy who pointed out one of their dinosaur displays was actually showing incorrect info.
Charlie Edwards, aka mini-Ross Gellar, was visiting the Museum for a “sleepover” event when he discovered one of the displays supposedly showing an Oviraptor was in fact a bloody Protoceratops.
Charlie called bullshit on the image, however his parents reportedly took some convincing, as admittedly it was the word of a ten year old versus that of a 150-year-old museum.
Ultimately convincing his Mum to email them, Charlie turned out to be one hundo percent correct, with the museum thanking the young palaeontologist for his keen eye and promising they will update the sign.
TAKE THAT YA BLOODY NERDS YOU JUST GOT SCHOOLED BY A TEN YEAR OLD.
Charlie was expectedly chuffed as all hell, with Mum Jade telling The Telegraph:
“I am really really proud of him. Charlie has Aspergers syndrome and tends to find a subject he loves and tries to learn so much about it so it’s really nice that he’s been able to show what he’s learnt and that knowledge base. He was beaming from ear to ear.”
(Image: East News Press Agency)
What a bloody champ.