The archaeological community was buzzing this morning following the discovery of some lumps of wood here at Langley Hill, just a stone's throw away from the busy M6 motorway.
Local Time Team fan, Chester Duggit, 67, a retired panel beater from Castle Bromwich made his astonishing discovery last week, holding back the news release of his earth-shattering find until last night, after a few pints of Ansell's in his local hostelry.
When he contacted us.
Duggit informed us that he'd found a load of old rotting wood on Langley Hill, which when strategically placed, appear to form the outline of Noah's Ark, complete with animal cages, water feeders, a broken tropical fish tank, and a rusty supermarket trolley, which Duggit assumes was used by Noah to ferry supplies of animal feed from a local Tesco store to the Ark.
When we pointed out that Langley Hill is a long way from Mount Ararat, Duggit explained that Noah was probably an economic refugee, who set sail in the Ark in search of agency work at the nearby BSA motorcycle factory.
Duggit provided further astonishing evidence in support of his claim, including the established fact that to this day there are still wild animals living in the West Midlands which could only have been 'Arked in' by Noah himself.
Apparently there are loads of them at Dudley zoo.
Look out for the sparks. They will fly.