A painting bought by Father Jamie MacLeod from a Cheshire antiques shop for £400 has been revealed to be a Sir Anthony Van Dyck portrait worth about £400,000.
Father Jamie said: "It's been an emotional experience and it's such great news."
So what can the parishiners of Father Jamie's diocesae look forward to with the unexpected windfall? New bells that's what.
Nice to know that there is no hardship, unemployment or people queuing up at foodbanks in Father Jamie's neck of the woods so that he can buy £400,000 worth of bells.
The next time the plate comes around in Father Jamie's church i'm sure the congregation will know what to do, tell him to pull the other one, it has bells on it, almost half a million quids worth.