Yes, it's that time of the century again. British astronomers have revelled in the sight of a rare celestial event.
"This only happens once every 105 years," said Brian Sheen from the Roseland Observatory in Cornwall. "If you look hard at the sky, you may have seen a golden disc travelling through a clear blue background; it really was quite breathtaking. It is quite astonishing to see this phenomenon in our skies so soon after a bank holiday weekend."
A few surfers on the Trepasty Beach claimed to have seen it for literally several seconds before heavy clouds moved in and everything went dark again. However, local tin miner Kenny Kernow shrugged off their claims, saying, "Whaddo ay know? Em be emmit druggies em bee. No zun zeen bout ere fer undrid n five yerrrs."
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