No one was happier to get the final confirmation of the car park body provenance than the Leicestershire Chief Constable.
A skeleton found beneath a Leicester car park has been confirmed as that of English king Richard III.CC Dolp was absolutely exuberant during the interview:
"Every damn year we find up to 100 stiffs in different states of putrefaction in Leicestershire's freaking car parks. Most of them are easily identified, but some are a royal pain in the arse, believe you me. That one was the worst yet..."
Asked why remains dating to XV century should be of any concern to the police department, CC Dolp exploded:
"You just don't understand how the forking bureaucrats in forking London work. They just give you a damned point for every forking year a stiff remains unidentified. The more forking points you get the deeper in the shite you are, got it? Meaning I need a five hundred years old stiff in my crime statistics like I need... [unprintable] in my forking backside".
A really scientific angle of the find is discussed here.