You might just think you were paying attention to the news. We aim to catch you out in this quiz.
The Post Quiz: What Happened This Month?
History, according to teenagers, is what happened, like, yesterday. What do you remember, older folk? Were you awake?
During the first two weeks of May 2017. . .
- What world record was broken by teenager Carter Wilkerson, and what did he receive as a result?
- Where could a US reporter hear: a cat meowing, classical music, a jazz rendition of 'America the Beautiful', and a woman exclaiming, 'This is unbelievable!'?
- Who is Brigitte Trogneux, and why is she unusual and famous?
- Why were 50,000 people evacuated in Hannover, Germany?
- Why was the news from Dinaledi Cave in South Africa so startling?
- Who dropped in on MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) on 8 May, and what did the geeks give him?
- Edinburgh police chased and caught a speeder in a Jaguar who was driving 115 mph. Who did he work for, and what was his excuse for driving so fast?
- In Australia, a paramedic realised he was having a heart attack. What did he do?
- The headline said, '7000 Bodies Buried Beneath Mississippi University'. Why were there so many bodies beneath the campus of the University of Mississippi?
- Also in Australia, the head of Qantas was speaking to about 500 people. What unforeseen event interrupted his speech?
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