The share price of leading producers of satellite navigation devices has plummeted this morning after an office worker was confirmed to have total knowledge of Britain's road network.
The 43 year old man purported to have been born with an ability to intuitively navigate the established, paved and well sign-posted roads of the british isles. When tested by psychiatrists it was shown that the man had a pavlovian response to the names of small english towns, involuntarily assuming a glazed expression and naming all the major and minor roads necessary to get there. Even when no one asked him to.
When asked to comment the man simply said - "No you don't want to go that way, you want to take the A56 towards Frodsham"