VATICAN ENQUIRER – It was on Monday when Mick Jagger, leader singer of the Rolling Stones, visited the Museum of Anthropology and History, it seems to relive some of the happiest moments of his childhood.
Mick chatted up the custodians and guides for more than eight hours, mainly sharing some of his experiences. But, when he decided it was time to leave, Matute Salgado, guarding the doors to the museum would not let him leave.
The security guard at Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology reported to his superiors that he had detained a museum piece trying to escape.
“I remember seeing a move called where the security guard discovers that the exhibits came to life. My job is to safeguard the security of the property in the museum and to fight any threat,” Matute told the Vatican Enquirer.
Matute, in a telephone interview told VE that he is waiting on his superiors to decide if the Jagger he is holding is not a museum piece, well at least not a piece at his museum and is refusing to let the septuagenarian out.
Matute said that Jagger was trying to explain who he was, his fame and so on. “Yes, he has all the facts correct, all a matter of public record, but, it didn’t mean that he is the real Mick Jagger and not a museum piece,” Matute, in his broken English, told Clara Montoya of ZNN.
So far the singer’s situation is unknown, however, some sources confirm that they have seen him behind a glass case next to Homo Sapiens.
In the movie, the characters before still again at daylight. Matute said that unless his superiors tell him otherwise, he will wait for daylight to make some decision.
This is a developing story and the VE will bring you an update (or not) of the fate of Mick Jagger and his night at the museum.