Charlie & Debbie

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5th July 1950: An Ayrshire bull causing havoc in the midst of wrecked china for the filming of a scene on the China industry at Hayeswood Farm, Madresfield, Worcestershire. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

When I was a kid, my mom had a rule when we went into any place with breakable items:  hold my hand, stay by my side and don’t you dare wonder off.

See, I was a “bull in a china shop” and she knew it.  And she knew she would never be able to afford whatever it is that I undoubtedly would break. 😉

That’s why the story of a family who broke an 800-year-old coffin in a museum and then ran off struck such a chord with me.

You ever break something of value and then run off instead of facing the consequences?