Transcript for Man Discusses Finding Doppelganger in 16th Century Painting
I had no idea. We have a follow-up, the story that first sprung from "pop news." Max, in the philadelphia museum of art, just hanging around. He stumbles upon this fella, who, as you'll soon see, looks just like him. And it's not just any spitting image. It's a lookalike. A 16th century painting. There he was when he stumbled upon him. Tie-dye not the rage in the 16th century. After hearing the story, we wanted to talk to max. He dressed the part for us this morning. Max, show thyself. Look at you. That's amazing. Tell us again. You're just walking through the museum. And who was it that actually saw the painting first? And what did you think? It was my girlfriend, who first saw it. I was at the other side of the room, looking at the weapo and armor. She tapped me on the shoulder and just pointed it out to me. So, you're looking at the swords and the cool stuff. And she says, look. You look like the guy in the red tights. And you actually, I at least believe, you have relatives from the area. Are you going to try to find out if this is maybe a long lost relative? We're going to do our best. The only thing we could find on the painting itself is that it's from an area of italy called amelia, the north part, not far from florence. And my grandfather is from florence, italy. We're going to go and do some research to see if it is an ancestor. I want you to go up to them and say let me take myself home. Is it comfortable? The outfit? It's not bad. I might wear this around campus. Okay. Considering that campus is temple in philadelphia, be careful. All right, max? Be careful. Thank you so much for joining us. It's a terrific story. We want to find out if it is a long, lost galuppo, okay? I'm totally interested. I'm going to do as much research as I can. Thanks, max.
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