Belfast. You couldn't make it up... pic.twitter.com/fuhxHwhexd
— David Blevins (@skydavidblevins) November 4, 2013
Well you couldn't make this up. A Titanic exhibition in Northern Ireland was closed today due to water damage, yes water damage. Reports are sketchy from the area as to whether or not the museum hit an iceberg or if the damage was from rainfall?
The Titanic, which sunk after hitting an iceberg in April 1912, was built in Northern Ireland by master shipbuilders Harland & Wolff.
This irony defining moment was first noticed by Sky News reporter David Blevins in the UK.