A museum was broken into by thieves, and ten valuable pieces were lost. However, a precious diamond ring was not stolen. After many attempts by the police to find clues, the curator of the museum, who had been very calm at the time, proposed to let the television station interview him. The reporter asked him: “How many cultural relics were lost?” The curator answered: “A total of 11 artifacts were lost.” The reporter asked: “Are these artifacts precious?” The curator replied: “Yes, they are valuable, especially a priceless diamond ring that was taken!”

Shortly after this time, the police managed to find the thieves who had stolen from the museum. The reason why was very simple. Several thieves were caught by the police during a fight. They fought because each of them was suspicious of whoever secretly kept the eleventh artifact – the diamond ring.

 

This is the most expensive diamond ever sold at auction: the 8.41 carat gem sold for $17.8 million

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有一個博物館被盜了,丟失了十件珍貴的文物,好在一枚珍貴的鑽戒沒有被盜。警方經過多次努力也找不到線索,這時一直很冷靜的博物館館長卻提議讓電視台採訪他。於是電視上播出記者採訪博物館館長的鏡頭。記者問:請問這次失盜共丟失了多少件文物?館長答:共丟失了十一件文物。記者問:這些文物都很珍貴嗎?館長答:是的,都很珍貴,特別是一枚鑽戒價值連城!
時隔不久,警方就查到了線索順利地破了案。線索來源很簡單,幾個盜賊在毆鬥時被警方抓獲,而他們毆鬥的原因竟然是互相猜疑究竟是誰私藏了第十一件文物那枚鑽戒。