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Remember to tie your shoelaces

Chicago Sun Times: "''I snagged my shoelace, missed the step and crash, bang, wallop. There were a million pieces of high quality Qing ceramics lying around underneath me,'' said Nick Flynn, 42, of Fowlmere, a village near Cambridge."

The story continues with the Chinese who thinks Flynns wallop was an attack on their culture and history:
IOL: Nick Flynn, 42, said he hadn't meant to cause offence to people in Hong Kong or China when he destroyed the Qing Dynasty treasures after tripping over his shoelaces at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, eastern England.

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