Mysterious Pig Tchotchkes Found
The faculty of NYU are baffled with the discovery.
How did they get there?
A mere two days ago over 200 pig tchotchkes were found underneath the New York University. The origin of these pigs is unknown, even after questioning the faculty and the students. It appears as though they merely exist, the person or group that hid them there none existent. Journalists continue to look for the source of the pigs.
Only a minuscule fraction of the amazing numbers of pig trinkets found.
Some of the trinkets will be in a museum.
After restoration this pig looks to be in great condition.
Come See Us!
We are pleased to announce that an exhibit featuring the tchotchkes found under or university and the information the researchers have gathered about the source of these is open for tourists! Our own students and faculty will be giving tours and explaining the pig tchotchkes to the best of their ability and we hope that you will join us. Open June and July 2013 from 9:00 am to 10 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am to 9:00 pm on weekdays. On July 4th the museum will be closed.