Well, there's something you don't see every day.
But then again, you don't see the biggest debt, credit and real estate bubbles in recorded human history go bust every day either.
You live in interesting times HP'ers. Just how interesting is still to be seen.
Markets poised for severe fall, says King
The Bank of England Governor has issued an extremely unusual warning on world stock markets, indicating that shares may be heading for a major fall.
Mervyn King said the full impact of the credit crunch had not yet been felt on equity markets in the West and in developing countries, saying that the possibility of share price falls were one of the biggest risks facing the world economy.
"It is very striking that despite the developments we've seen in the last three months , despite the stresses and strains in the banking sector , equity prices are higher now than they were in August," he said, unveiling the Bank's Inflation Report, which said the strength of share prices had been "surprising".
He added: "This is true around the world, and in emerging markets they're 20pc higher. There must be some downside risks there.