Boomerang Comes Back

A tourist who visited the Frank Aston Underground Museum at Mount Isa in Queensland, Australia in 1983 lifted an artifact and took it home to the US -a boomerang. Twenty-five years later, he mailed the boomerang back with apologies. The package was sent to the old museum address, which is now a paper manufacturing plant. The mayor of Mount Isa said that no one ever realized the boomerang was missing, but they hoped to return it to its original owner.

This case tends to prove what Australians have always told us -a boomerang will always come back! -via Arbroath

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That must be a pretty cruddy museum, if people can still their displays and they don't ever notice.

I wonder if they have any piles of gold on display?
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