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Man broke into Australian Museum, took selfies with dinosaur cranium: police

What a bonehead!

A person was busted on Sunday for allegedly sneaking into a museum in Australia and taking selfies with dinosaur bones.

The 25-year-old spent 40 minutes roaming across the Australian Museum in Sydney, starting round 1 a.m. on Might 10, in line with the New South Wales Police Drive.

He allegedly stole a chunk of art work and a staffer’s cowboy hat off a stand.

Surveillance footage of the person’s night time on the museum caught him taking a photograph of himself with his head inside a dinosaur cranium, The Age reported.

He was charged with breaking and getting into and is because of seem in court docket Monday.

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