It was today confirmed that a half-chewed carcass found behind Mr Wimpy in Hampton Court are indeed the leftovers of Henry VIII.
Although much is known of the whereabouts of Henry VIII's wives' heads, little is known about the location and nature of food that he didn't finish, and a team of highly qualified food-lookers-aters have spent the last 6 months tracking down and analysing residues of gunk from landfill and wheelie bins.
"We know Henry's been dead for half a century, but it seems unfitting for the leftovers of a King to be neglected and disrespected. Of course, the remains will be laid to rest in a gold-embellished brown food recycling bin and taken away with due care."
The team have used revolutionary techniques in pretending to be doing something important whilst actually pissing away money, and further such techniques in DNA testing semi-ingested morsels to see if Henry VIII so much as sniffed the unfinished snack.
"After three months, we'd found the wall that Johnny Vegas takes a slash on on his way home from the pub and several frogs that had clearly been licked by Noel Fielding but nothing of Big King Henry."
"We'd almost given up when we stumbled across the Mr. Wimpy in Hampton Court. Right where he would have lived as well!"
The leftovers will be collected solemnly on Friday.