The world of nuclear physics was rocked today when two leading particle physicists, driving in opposite directions on the M25, were involved in a head-on collision.
Professor Richard Feynman, in a red Honda Accord, was driving down the clockwise carriageway when he lost control and swerved across the central reservation hitting Professor Fred Hoyle, who was driving a blue Ford C-Max along the anti-clockwise carriageway. Witnesses described a blinding flash of light, followed by a Big Bang.
Both cars were completely annihilated, but Professor Feynman emerged from the collision driving a brand new purple Bugatti Veyron at high speed on the M23.
Professor Hoyle was left slightly singed, clutching his steering wheel but otherwise unharmed. "It's not fair" he said "I'm left with nothing but he's got alloy wheels and metallic paint, which aren't in the standard model."