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Australian nerd Craig Wright wants to take the credit for the invention of Bitcoin, and asserts that he actually IS the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto… But spookily, when asked to provide evidence …he can’t provide any… So: do we believe him… or not?

It’s time for another visit to his weekly column in which he asks you to believe – or not – other tales from his cabinet of curiosities…

“Greetings, fans of the fantastical.

Today, I want to tell you the tale of Rishi Sunak, the first person of Indian heritage to become British Prime Minister.

Rishi attended England’s oldest public school, Winchester College, where, spookily, he became the first head boy of Indian descent. The brilliant student then claimed a first-class degree from Oxford University, before entering politics.

As a Hindu, Rishi took his oath to The House of Commons on the sacred text, The Bhagavad Gita.

Whilst Chancellor of the Exchequer, his policies to support restaurants during lockdown earned him the nickname ‘Dishy Rishi.’

The rising star is now the youngest Prime Minister in the modern era.

But the most remarkable part of this tale is that… I am Rishi Sunak. Yes I, a white Australian, am Britain’s first Prime Minister of Indian descent.

But that’s not all. Not only am I Rishi Sunak, I am also his wife. That’s right, I am Indian multimillionaire Akshata Murthy, whose father is the Indian billionaire NR Narayana Murthy, the co-founder of the technology giant Infosys.

Even more remarkably, I am also, and have always been, NR Narayana Murthy. I co-founded Infosys on a toilet break from inventing Bitcoin. I lost the evidence to prove it in a Ribena spillage, but anyone who claims I am not a successful Indian family can see me in court because I definitely am.

Until next time, curiosity collectors.”