Znanstvenici pronašli kostur “najnesretnijeg čovjeka ikad”, tviteraši se ne prestaju smijati

AKO STE dosad mislili da nemate sreće u životu, kostur koji su znanstvenici nedavno pronašli u Pompejima mogao bi vas uvjeriti da vam zapravo ide sasvim solidno.

Naime, arheolozi su iskopali kostur muškarca koji je, kako se čini, preživio erupciju vulkana Vezuva, ali samo da bi ga nakon toga pogodila ogromna stijena zbog čega je ipak preminuo.

Muškarac je, tvrde arheolozi, bio u tridesetim godinama života. Sudeći prema mjestu pronalaska kostura, znanstvenici vjeruju da je muškarac preživio prvu fazu erupcije te pokušao pobjeći. Međutim, pogodio ga je masivni kameni blok i na licu mjesta usmrtio, piše CNN.

Ekipa na društvenim mrežama odmah ga je proglasila “najnesretnijim muškarcem ikad”. “Preživiš vulkan samo da bi te pogodio kamen kao u crtiću”, “Tip je mrtav već 2000 godina pa mogu priznati da sam se dobro nasmijao na voo”, “Ovo je najveća pobjeda na internetu dosad”, “Ovo je moj život sumiran u jednom događaju”, “E to je reći nesretnik”, bili su samo neki od komentara.

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@CNN

Archaeologists working at the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, Italy, uncovered the remains of a 30-year-old man who appears to have survived the initial eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D., only to be killed when he was struck by a large slab of stone https://cnn.it/2GZKWvX  pic.twitter.com/C4JEvAERMn

purveyor of others words, wisdom and nonsense.@DBwolverine

I need to have my DNA checked with this dude’s, just saying, this is my life summed up so far..

CNN

@CNN

Archaeologists working at the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, Italy, uncovered the remains of a 30-year-old man who appears to have survived the initial eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D., only to be killed when he was struck by a large slab of stone https://cnn.it/2GZKWvX  pic.twitter.com/C4JEvAERMn

Blick Winkel⁉️(H. Anthony Israel)@blockwonkel

He had no grave, but he did have…
a headstone.

CNN

@CNN

Archaeologists working at the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, Italy, uncovered the remains of a 30-year-old man who appears to have survived the initial eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D., only to be killed when he was struck by a large slab of stone https://cnn.it/2GZKWvX  pic.twitter.com/C4JEvAERMn

Danny Deraney

@DannyDeraney

It’s like rain, on your wedding day.
It’s a free ride, when you’ve already paid.

CNN

@CNN

Archaeologists working at the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, Italy, uncovered the remains of a 30-year-old man who appears to have survived the initial eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D., only to be killed when he was struck by a large slab of stone https://cnn.it/2GZKWvX  pic.twitter.com/C4JEvAERMn

Patrick Gill

@Pizza_Suplex

Me to a panicked group of Archaeologists moments after I drop a big ass rock on a perfectly preserved Pompeii skeleton:
Chill. Let me talk to the press. I’ve got this. https://twitter.com/CNN/status/1001516854341505024 

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