On the 25th anniversary of the invention of the World Wide Web, its creator Tim Berners-Lee has been exposed as a fake identity.
"Berners-Lee" was created by a pack of stray cats that hung around the CERN facility in Switzerland and scavenged from the bins. Using human skin flakes collected from roller towels in the toilets, the cats constructed a functioning suit they hid in and moved around CERN undetected.
Using their newly created identity, the cats went on to design the template and structure for the internet as we know it. While their motives remain unclear, it is thought they just wanted an outlet for their large collection of selfies.