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Skulls discovered in Malaysia prove the English travelled there 5,000 years ago

Submitted by editor on Tue, 10/20/2020 - 17:15

Archeologists in Kuala Lumpur have unearthed dozens of skulls believed to have been interred there between 5,000 and 6,000 years ago. "The teeth prove to us that the English were here at least five thousand years ago", claims Raihaan bin Anwar, a local expert in these matters.

The British Embassy in the Malasian capitol was quick to challenge the assertions. "We English didn't really exist five thousand years ago", Sir Geoffrey Higganbotham, the British ambassador to Malaysia, pointed out, "and just because the skulls had crooked and missing teeth doesn't make them English". The ambassador went on to say, "everyone had crooked teeth five thousand years ago".

 

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