Man Breaks Into Museum In Australia So He Could Take Selfies With Dinosaurs

A 25-year-old student was caught on cam breaking into a museum in Australia so he could take selfies with dinosaurs.

Amidst this coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown rules that they are implementing, a lot of people are just getting tired of staying home.

This is why a 25-year-old man from Australia decided to do something that he likes, and that is to take selfies with dinosaurs.

It was reported that on May 10, 2020, a 25-year-old German Student broke into the Australian Museum in Sydney to take selfies in the dinosaur exhibit.

It was reported that the student illegally entered the oldest museum in Australia at 1 am.

The place was closed since August last year because of renovations.

The young student spent 40 minutes strolling around the museum and taking images of a T.Rex.

The NSW (New South Wales) Police released a CCTV footage about the incident and you can just see the student having fun.

The student was later identified as Paul Kuhn.

He voluntarily appeared at a Surry Hills police station and was subsequently charged with breaking and entering and refused bail.

Deputy Chief Inspector Sean Heaney of the New South Wales police released a statement about the incident:

He certainly enjoyed his night in the museum. If this gentleman is watching, all I can say is it’s not going to be a movie producer knocking on his door, NSW police will be knocking very shortly.

The good thing is that none of the cultural histories and artifacts that were present at the museum damaged or stolen by the student.

The authorities said that the student was there to just take pictures with dinosaurs.

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