Man spots his double in 16th Century Italian painting
- Flydubai plane crash LIVE: Two Indians among 62 killed in southern Russia
- Uttarakhand govt crisis LIVE: Speaker issues notice under anti-defection law to 9 rebel Congress MLAs
- Urdu writers asked to declare: My book not against the govt, nation
- Rates cut: PPF, senior citizen scheme, deposits to earn less
- Jharkhand: 2 Muslim cattle traders found hanging from tree in Latehar
A twenty-year-old US man was startled to find his doppelganger in a 16th century Italian renaissance painting at a Museum.
Max Galuppo, a Temple University student, found his double in the painting titled 'Portrait of a Nobleman with Dueling Gauntlet' by an unknown artist.
What started out as a leisurely stroll through the Philadelphia Museum of Art on November 11 with his girlfriend, quickly turned into quite a surreal experience for Galuppo.
"It was really weird. He goes to Temple so we'd been saying for a while we wanted to go to the art museum," his girlfriend, Nikkie Curtis, told ABCNews.com.
"We went into the armour exhibit and he loved the helmets. He was completely oblivious to it, and I walked past it and was like, 'Do you see this painting right now? It looks just like you.'" she said.
- Pakistan cannot be far behind Mexico when it comes to kidnappings
- Suu Kyi’s confidant is president, but generals are still breathing down the NLD’s neck
- Globalisation: It was undergirded by a set of meta-assumptions
- If Supreme Court believes ‘ADM Jabalpur’ went wrong, it must review the case suo motu
- A red carpet awaits PM Oli in China, but the ground under his feet is slipping
- BJP turns a blind eye to ally SAD’s disregard of the national interest in Punjab