Henry Brown, a six year old primary school pupil from Devon is the toast of his school after trapping an elusive Higgs Boson in a jam jar during morning playtime today; a feat which also led to him being awarded the Nobel prize for physics.
Scientists from CERN, the international nuclear research facility in Switzerland, were said to be 'Humbled' by the news and have commenced dismantling the Large Hadron Collider which was built at a cost of £2.6 billion to detect the particle and is the most complex experimental apparatus developed by mankind.
Henry, known fondly as 'Henners' to his friends plans to celebrate his achievement by 'Searching the garden for worms and drawing a crayon picture of Miss Lloyd's boobies'.
'It's an amazing discovery' said Professor Marzio Nessi from CERN 'I suppose we all were a bit carried away with the science and maybe didn't think if there would be an easier way to detect the particle. Young Henry is welcome to come and work here when he's older, but in the meantime can you just make sure he doesn't drop that bloody jam jar.'